Category Archives: Cheese
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.
The only cheese from the United States currently in our repetoire. This delicious cheddar from Wisconsin is sure to please your favourite cheese lovers. Great with fresh crusty bread and a light to medium-bodied glass of red wine (Lailey’s Pinot Noir would be perfect).
Fleur des Monts is a happy french secret. Le Fleur des Monts (Mountain Flower) is made by Fromagier La Moutonniere, tucked away in Quebec’s Eastern Townships near Victoriaville. With their ‘happy sheep make happy cheese’ philosophy, Alastair and Lucille strive to make the best cheeses possible using milk from East Fresian sheep. Le Fleur des
Aged two years, this raw sheep’s milk cheese is taupe in colour and deep in taste. Not for the faint of heart or those getting ready to plant a kiss on someone. Pair this cheese with a glass of scotch or port and enjoy!
Bleu Ermite Canadian Blue Cheese is the First Blue Cheese crafted by the Monks of the Benedictine Abbey of Quebec. Bleu Ermite is a whole milk, semi-soft cheese. The aroma reflected is a grassy, herbal and mushroom-like smell, and it has a bit of a tangy taste palette. Deeply blue-veined, the mold gives the cheese
Bleu Benedictin Canadian Blue Cheese is Crafted by Monks in the Heart of the Benedictine Abbey of Saint-Benoît-du-Lac, Quebec. Bleu Benedictin is a whole milk, semi-soft cheese. The aroma is reminiscent of mushroom and the cheese has a creamy, light salty flavour palette. Deeply-veined with Roquefort penicillin mold gives the cheese it’s blue inside speckling.
White Stilton is extra creamy and deliciously tangy, however it is unfinished on its’ own – hence the need to introduce a fruit. The traditional flavor of the Stilton blends beautifully with the fruity flavor of mango and the bite of ginger. After your first bite you will immediately recognize that the combination is a