Gouda

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Aged Gouda

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Aged Gouda Thunder Oak

This aged cheese with a firm texture and full flavour. The Schep Family has been making Gouda cheeses in Thunder Bay since 1995.

Award winning Thunder Oak Gouda is a natural product made with fresh milk from the Schep's own Holstein cows. There is no preservatives or added colouring in Thunder Oak cheeses.

Beemster Goat

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Beemster Goat

Aged for 4 months, full flavoured and smooth with a wonderfully clean, sweet taste.

Sweet and creamy. Pairs nicely with beers and white wines. Delicious with dark breads, avocado and walnuts.

Beemster Graskaas

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Beemster Graskaas

Limited Edition: Available again in the Spring

Every spring the Beemster cows rush through the barn doors and excitedly graze on the fresh spring pastures. The cows run and jump with excitement after being released to these untouched pastures. It is only the first milkings from these fresh pastures that are used to make the coveted Beemster Graskaas®.This rare cheese, known for being the creamiest of the year, is aged for one month.

The flavours are uniquely deep yet the texture remains very rich and creamy.

Beemster Vlaskaas

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Beemster Vlaskaas Holland

Historically, Vlaskaas was made only once a year to celebrate the Flax Harvest. In 2004 the Vlaskaas recipe was discovered and recreated by Beemster. Since then Vlaskaas has won golden medals around the world and is now made year-round.

Sweet and creamy. Pairs nicely with beers and white wines.

Lactose & gluten free.

Beemster XO

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Beemster XO Holland

Extra old gouda deep taste of butterscotch,whiskey and pecan. Aged at least 26 months.

Lactose Free!

Edam

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Edam Holland

A semi-hard cheese that originated in the Netherlands, and is named after the town of Edam in the province of North Holland. Edam is traditionally sold in spheres with a pale yellow interior and a coat of red paraffin wax. Edam ages and travels well, and does not spoil; it only hardens. These qualities (among others) made it the world's most popular cheese between the 14th and 18th centuries.

Edam is a mild, delicately flavoured cheese, with a smooth and creamy texture.

Gjetost "Ski Queen"

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Gjetost Ski Queen

Pronounced "Yay-toast." It's Norwegian, and although the name translates directly to "goat cheese," chances are that this cheese tastes just about as far from any you've had before. Gjetost is as sweet as caramel, with the texture of a dense, buttery fudge.

Gjetost is a variety of Scandinavian brown cheese (brunost), often refered to as Ski cheese or Ski Queen.

Goat Gouda - Honey Thyme

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Goat Gouda - Honey Thyme

A Gouda style cheese with a delicious savoury and earthy thyme flavour with just a touch of honey to balance. Great for snacking, in a grilled cheese sandwich, cubed in salads, or to top a burger.

Lactose and gluten free.

Goat Gouda Aged

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Chanoki Goat Gouda Aged Ontario

Handmade near Hagersville, Ontario by the Hoekert family with a secret family recipie brought over from Holland. The milk is thermalized.

Creamy mild gouda with a nice clean finish, very little "goaty" flavour.

Goat Gouda Aged Garlic

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Blyth Goat Gouda Aged Garlic Farmstead Ontario

Handcrafted by Blyth Farm Cheese in Ontario, free of artificial flavours, colours, and preservatives. Natural, local and delicious.

A firm, full flavour aged farmstead goat gouda. Caramel notes are balanced with savoury garlic.

Excellent snacking cheese, pairs well with a number of savoury condiments such as olive tapandes, pesto, roasted peppers, charcuterie.

Serve with fruity light reds or crisp fresh whites.

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