Porlammi is relatively small village in southern Finland appr. 100 km from Helsinki. It's part of Lapinjärvi municipality.
There are about 750-800 inhabitants and primary industry is farming (with bit over 20 farm's) though there is also biggest piggery in whole Finland.
Porlammi is also famous about is's dairy which makes famous black label Emmental cheese.
There is elementary school and upper secondary school which has pupils from surrounding municipalities including Lapinjärvi Center, Myrskylä and Artjärvi.

From Pyhäjärvi (lake) starts Koskenkylänjoki (river) with four rapids good for fishing.