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Smoked Comfort Cream

Smoked Comfort Cream is a Camembert-style cheese, delicate and luscious and is smoked with Maplewood.

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Mont Jacob

Le Mont-Jacob is equally good melted as it is sliced, the cheese pops with flavour as soon as it hits your palate. Its nutty, salty essence reveals itself in a rich meaty flavour explosion that is tempered by a fruity sweetness. The aroma is pronounced and earthy at the rind but surprisingly delicate if you
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Lancashire

Lancashire epitomizes the “butter crumble” texture so characteristic of British cheeses. Lancashire is aged for 5-8 months to the point that it develops a delicate, lemony flavor and a long-lasting mellow tang.

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Gorgonzola D O P

Gorgonzola is a creamy cow’s milk blue of quality unrivaled by other young or “dolce” Gorgonzolas. Although innoculated with the same blue mold found in spicier blues like Roquefort, this delicate, soft, and unctuous blue is mild and subtly sweet with fresh, grassy undertones.

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Fromagerie Charlevoix 1608

The Charlevoix 1608 is made from the milk of a truly Canadian breed of cow called Vache Canadienne. This complex single herd cheese presents a brilliant combination of nuttiness, fruitiness and a delicate tang found only in the most carefully crafted washed rind cheeses.

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Cape Vessey

Cape Vessey has a rustic, honey-brown rind that becomes more copper-coloured as it ages. The paste reflects the pale cream colour typical of goat’s milk. The aroma is gentle with a bit of tang, while the semi-soft paste has a sweet and delicate flavour, rich mouth feel and is balanced with a hint of acidity.

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Beemster X O Gouda

With this 26-month gouda, we first noticed its delicate, brittle texture. After we tasted it, the flavor of butterscotch permeated the palate, followed by alternating waves of whiskey and pecan.

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