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As customary in Spain as cheddar is in the US. This 3 month aged version is semi firm and mild with delicate, nutty hints of ewes milk.
Exceptionally creamy 2 year aged Gouda sprinkled with those crystalline specks developed with time. Flavors of roasted hazelnuts and salty caramel with just a whiff of meaty cellar notes.
The celebrated melter from the Alps – the aroma wafts as it softens but the flavor is rich and fruity smeared on potatoes or bread. Equally delicious on a cheese plate with salami and vegetables.
Made for millennia by Basque shepherds in the Pyrenees. Dense and rich with sweet grassy notes of mountain pastures.
The stalwart of great bleu cheeses. Upright, dependable, always there for you. Firm yet yielding, middle of the road intensity, for cooking or eating.
Very rare outside of France, this farmstead produced wheel is a fine example of the age-old classic. Garlicky, mushroom notes waft from the bloomy white rind and soft creamy interior.
This is the young “sweet” version of northern Italy’s venerable blue. Buttery soft to spread on pears, figs or melted on hot pasta or polenta.
From the maker of the ever popular Dunbarton Blue comes this younger, creamier cheese. Starting with a cheddar recipe, the loaves are hand-pierced to encourage blue veining for an agreeably lively tang that modestly balances the sweet, nutty cheddar.
Long, gentle cold-smoking over Oregon hazelnut shells infuse this American original with rich flavors of terroir and hints of smokey bacon.
Artisan cheesemaker Marieke Penterman emigrated from the Netherlands to Wisconsin with her husband and an ancient recipe for Gouda. This young wheel is mild, sweet and creamy – what true Gouda should taste like.
Goat, California The paradigm of American goat cheeses. Layers of edible vegetable ash evoking coastal fogs clear to reveal bright tangy notes of fresh flowers, citrus and herbs under the delicate white rind.
Stilton-esque blue cheese with an American twist. The natural rind holds in nutty-sweet, anise-spice flavors in a creamy dense paste – a reflection of the terroir of their Vermont farm pastures.