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Aged Goudas, such as Pittig, XO and Roomano Pradera develop rich concentrated flavors and a distinct sweetness as they age, we select our aged Gouda from those aged a minimum of 3 years for the best flavor profile
The Original American Original. Conceived by Cypress Grove founder Mary Keehn, this masterpiece paved the way for soft-ripened goat cheese in the United States. Each handcrafted wheel features a distinctive ribbon of edible vegetable ash. You'll enjoy buttermilk and fresh cream, complemented with floral notes, herbaceous overtones, and a clean c...
Semi-aged goat cheese from the Loire Valley in France, with an edible bloomy rind. At a younger age this cheese has a bright lemony flavor, and as it ages, it develops more sharp flavors and a lingering goat tanginess.
Our favorite traditonal Brie available in the US. Brie Fermier develops the mushroomy gooey delicousness that mimics it's raw milk French cousins that we can't get stateside
The favorite and the squeakiest!
A rich and creamy delight from Burgandy France, luscious texture and deep butter flavors along with a little salty aged flavo
The best Provolone you've ever tasted, aged Italian provolone is known as piccante for its intense sharp flavor
The ultimate grilling cheese! This sheep's milk cheese from Cyprus does not melt, so it can be grilled, fried and sauteed.
Ingredients: Pasteurized sheep's milk, salt, non-animal rennet, mint.
Net wt. 8.8 oz
Aged six months or more, Midnight Moon is a blushing, ivory-colored cheese that’s nutty and brown buttery up front with a long caramel finish. As the cheese ages, protein crystals form and lend a slight crunch to the otherwise dense and smooth cheese
Dutch Girl is a popular Gouda style goat cheese with rich creamy butterscotch-like flavors. It is sweet and satisfying without the salty or tart flavors associated with goat cheese. It makes a delightful addition to a cheese plate or as part of an appetizer
Due to Holland’s fertile soil and lush green pastures, the cows produce unusually rich milk. Additional cream is then added to the milk for an extra rich cheese called Double Cream that stays soft even with aging. Double Cream has a mild flavor. It’s sliceable, melts beautifully and is ideal for melting.
Named the "Red Sheep" after its annatto colored rind, this soft sheep's milk cheese is a crowd favorite because it's not intensely strong but is extremely flavorful.