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Le Baluchon

Le Baluchon is a farmstead, washed-rind, organic raw cow’s milk cheese aged for 60 days. Outside you’ll notice harvest colors of apricot, orange and terracotta in the rind with a thin white dusty layer that develops as the cheese ages. Inside, a bright golden yellow semi-firm creamy paste showing small holes. Made Oka-style, Le Baluchon
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Grana Padano

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,
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Explorateur

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
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