Monthly Archives: May 2012
Manchego – Spanish Tradition to Spice up your Life Manchego is a cheese made from the milk of Manchega sheep in the La Mancha provinces of Spain, the origin of Don Quixote Conquistador. It is firm and compact in consistency with unevenly small air pockets. It has a smooth well developed buttery taste with a
Cow’s Appletree Smoked Cheddar is an Unpasteurized, All Natural, Mouth Watering Masterpiece! Appletree Smoked Cheddar is made with raw, unpasteurized cow’s milk in Prince Edward Island, Canada. This preserves the enzymes in raw milk that give cheddar its characteristic flavour. (The milk is gently heated to meet federal standards). The cheddar is wrapped with natural
Le Sien d’Helene Le Sien d’Helene is made with milk aged for 2 to 4 months from Jersey cows and dairy sheep from farms in the mountains of Ste-Hélène-de-Chester, Quebec. A creamy rich cheese, flavoured with ewe’s milk lends a mild acidic taste. The shape of the cheese represents the hills of the village. It’s
Salers Cheese Salers Cheese made at Monforte Dairy is a replica of a french cheese from a volcanic region of central France. Salers is austere and rugged. Has fruity (nuts, hazelnuts, dry fruit) and animal smells. It is a hard cheese with a thick, coarse rind and a dry peppery taste. Pairs well with wines
Teleggio is a Cheese Hand Washed in Italian Heritage. Teleggio by Monforte is a smear-ripened and washed rind cheese. It is named after the alpine valley of Val Taleggio in Italy. This cheese has a strong aroma and has a mild flavour with a fruity tang and thin crust. The milk is acidified and brought to
A sheep’s milk cheddar made the old-fashioned way, wheels of cheese are wrapped in cheesecloth to help age and preserve the cheese. Crumbly in texture and fresh on the tongue, this is delightful with a fruity, fresh tasting wine.
Beautiful Quebec 5 year old cheddar, well aged and full flavour.
PEI – Raw Cow’s milk, well made cheddar still a bit of sweetness with nice sharp finish
This tangy five year old white cheddar crumbles in your fingers and tickles the back of your tongue. Excellent with a light to medium-bodied red wine, or a glass of Guiness.