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Stilton comes in two varieties, the traditional blue and the less known white Stilton. Stilton has a crumbly texture in its youngest stage to a buttery smooth texture and mellower flavor after aging another 5 to 6 weeks. Similar to a traditional blue cheese, Stilton will have a strong, nutty flavor with rich overtones.  We
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Speckled Hen Cheddar

Specked Hen Cheese is a milk white cheddar with whole grain mustard seeds in it.

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Double Gloucester w/Stilton

This cheese is a combination of sweet and nutty Double Gloucester with alternating inner layers of rich and tangy Blue Stilton provides a very unique piquant flavor.

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Cheshire is a lightly-veined artisan cheese made with whole milk, with a subtle flavour and a pleasant bite. It is a is dense and semi-hard, and is defined by its moist, crumbly texture and mild, salty taste. It comes in red, blue and white varieties with the white being the most popular.

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Applewood Smoked Cheddar

Applewood Smoked Cheddar is produced on a large scale and has gained a popular fan base, due to its smoked flavor and delicious spices. Applewood smoked cheddar is a fairly dense semi-hard cheese. Applewood is not smoked, but is instead treated with an artificial smoke flavouring. The cheese is coated with mild paprika, giving it
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