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Appenzeller

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Appenzeller Switzerland

Appenzeller cheese is a hard cow's-milk cheese produced in the Appenzell region of northeast Switzerland. A herbal brine, sometimes incorporating wine or cider, is applied to the wheels of cheese while they cure, which flavours and preserves the cheese while promoting the formation of a rind.

Appenzeller has a documented history of at least 700 years. Today, about 75 dairies produce it, each with a different recipe for their brine wash. Most of the recipes are trade secrets.

Chocolate Cheese Fudge

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Chocolate Cheese Fudge Pine River

Rich and chocolatey.  Cheese is chopped and mixed with premium dark cocoa for a smooth fudgy texture and big chocolate taste.

Fleur de Weedon

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Fleur de Weedon Quebec Lactose Free

This firm lactose-free Emmental/Swiss-type farm cheese is made by hand with pasteurized milk from the cows of the Grenier family farm in Saint-Gérard-de-Weedon, Quebec. It has a mild aroma and tastes of nuts and cream.

This cheese is delicious baked or in slices in your favourite sandwiches or paninis. It can also be grated over pizzas, lasagnas, onion soups and other au gratin dishes. La Fleur de Weedon will also always have its place on a cheese platter during a simple meal or at a wine and cheese tasting.

Gruyere 1655

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Gruyere 1655 Switzerland Raw Milk

The 1655 brand of Gruyère AOP was created to distinguish the highest-quality Gruyeres. To qualify for the 1655 brand, a team of external experts rigorously test a dairy’s cheeses every month and grades them on a scale up to 20 points. Gruyère AOP Le Crêt has a five-year average of 19.67 points and is one of only three dairies to meet the 1655 criteria.

Le Maréchal

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Le Marechal Raw Milk Switzerland

A raw cow milk cheese produced in the artisanal cheese making facility of the Rapin family in the Vaud region of Switzerland. The cheese is named after the cheesemaker's grandfather who was a blacksmith, or Le maréchal-ferrant. Every wheel of Le Maréchal cheese has a large picture of the grandfather on the label and stamped on each wheel is the name Le Maréchal and a unique identification number.

Louis d'Or

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Louis d'Or

Smooth texture, warm, nutty and floral notes in aroma and taste.

The cheese gets its name from the Louis d'Or farm, which produces the organic milk used to make it. The name of the cheese also refers to the French currency of the same name used under the reign of Louis XIII in 1640.

This cheese has won multiple awards since it's inception, including the most recent awards of Canadian Cheese of the Year, Best Firm Cheese and Best Raw milk Cheese at the Canadian Cheese Awards in June 2018.

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