Category Archives: tangy
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
This cheese 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 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.
Made in a similar way to Stilton, it is a soft cheese with a sharp, strong flavor that takes between six to eight weeks to mature. Orange in color with blue veining, it enjoys a slightly tangy aroma and a crumbly, creamy texture.
La Sauvagine is extremely popular for many reasons, the soft, smooth-to-flowing paste is aromatic, salty, savoury, mushroomy and spicy, but never challenging or unpredictable.
This smooth, firm, tasty cheddar is made with Welsh brown ale and mustard seeds. Red Dragon is a buttery and spicy cheese with plenty of bite. Not only do the mustard seeds give Red Dragon its marvelous flavor, but also its texture. The brown ale makes the cheese moist and tangy.
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.
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.
Lemon Fetish is a slightly crumbly cheese with lemon zest and red fife flour on the rind. It’s clean, lactic aromas with scent of fresh lemon are tangy on the palate with a nice balance of citrus, salt and Feta-like flavours and have a refreshing, balanced finish.
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.