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From the historic Wensleydale Creamery in England, this latest creation is a creamy, buttery cheddar that is perfectly blended with tangy and sweet caramelized onions. As versatile as it is addictive, this new cheddar livens food up incredibly.
Thunder Oak Swiss is modeled after Emmenthal, sharing the springy texture of that classic cheese. It is lightly flavoured, sweet and nutty. Thunder Oak Swiss is glossy, light or pale yellow, and has the traditional large holes in it, identifying it as Thunder Oak’s variation of the classic Swiss cheese. Made using milk from a
Thunder Oak Smoked Gouda expresses appealing, complex flavours, and maintains an unusually rich texture. Young cheeses are fruity, tangy and silky smooth, while older wheels become spicy, caramel sweet and toasty, with a crystalline texture.
Named for its producer, St. Andre Creamery located in France, this soft ripened triple cream is an amazingly rich and creamy cheese that is made from fresh cow’s milk and enriched with pure cream. St. Andre has a bloomy white edible rind and a soft creamy interior similar to Camembert. Its flavor is rich and
Roaring Forties Blue is a full-flavored blue with a sweet, nutty character. The cheese is matured in blue wax, thus retaining its moisture and creating a smooth and creamy texture.
The washed rind is peach-coloured with a smattering of golden straw tones. The cheese’s exterior is pungent – its aroma is sharp, full and fresh. The paste smells sweet and creamy and has a supple softness. Salt hits the palate first and from there, the flavour develops a creamy fullness which reveals a mild tanginess.
Mamirolle has a square body and is made in loaf shaped moulds. Its moist exterior has a characteristic bright orange colour. The rind welcomes you enthusiastically with a strong, earthy pungency. The paste has a milder, fresher flavour, its texture rich and supple. Sweet, salty, full flavours fill the mouth and the finish is rich
The whisky in Highland Single Malt Cheddar is strong but sweet, tempering the bite of the aged cheddar nicely. It’s creamy, bordering on spreadable and great as a pairing with crackers.
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,
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.