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Valedon is wrapped in chestnut leaves or maple leaves. The cheese has a very intense blue flavor and is so surprising, because of its caramel like sweetness. It is salty at first but as you let this cheese melt into your mouth, you will taste the creaminess and enjoy the earthy mild aroma of the
Tete de Moine is made in the Swiss Alps near the town of Bellelay from rich unpasteurized cows’ milk. It is a sharp cheese with a full, nutty flavor. Its intense flavor is even more pronounced when compared to other cheeses from Switzerland, like Gruyere and Emmental. It is the cheese of choice when using
Piave has an intense, full-bodied flavor reminiscent of Parmigiano Reggiano that intensifies with age and makes this cheese absolutely unique as well as deliciously nutty
Toscano from Monforte is creamy white with a beige rind, a delicious sheep’s milk cheese similar to Pecorino but slightly creamier. Delicious in salad, on crackers, or with a fruity white wine.
As one of Italy’s most famous and popular cheeses, the flavour of Grana Padano is intense and complex, with fruity overtones that evoke pineapple or strawberry, depending on the season. The aging of Grana Padano correlates directly to the cheese’s taste and texture. The younger wheels will have a sweeter flavour with a noticeable tang,
Explorateur, produced in Ile-de-France, is one of these cheeses with its 75% butterfat content. Like all triple creams, this cheese can be eaten at nearly any stage of ripening. As the cheese ages, its interior with go from a chalky, firm, pristine white to a runny, yellow to beige mass with a much more intense