I recently got back from a trip to Iceland. While there, I was keen to try the legendary Icelandic yogurt, called skyr. It was delicious, and at the farmhouse on Iceland's southwest coast, where we were staying, non-yogurt-fancying younger family members slurped it right up. Mother Hubbard's cupboard never looked so bare as my skyr stash did.
Back in St. Louis, I found myself standing in front of the yogurt at a grocery store and probably glaring. Then I remembered that I'd had a sample of something several months before. Oooh. Mango. And strawberry rhubarb? That sounded good. (There are other flavors as well.)
Noosa yogurt is out of Colorado and made by Australians in what they say is an Australian style. It's thick, smooth, not very tart and as rich as Bill Gates. It's more like eating English clotted cream than it is yogurt. It might even be better than skyr. Not particularly for dieters, but dinner-party good.
I see it at both Dierbergs and Schnucks; their website says they're at Whole Foods as well.