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Gruyere

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Gruyere Switzerland Raw Milk

Master cheesemakers since 1782, Emmi is the agent company for traditional coop of dairies and cheesemakers. This Gruyere is made just northeast of Lake Geneva in Western Switzerland. Aged in natural caves where the air and natural bacteria endow the cheese with a deep complexity, this cheese matures for at least a year.

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.

Nazareth Royal

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Nazareth Royal

Nazareth Royal is produced using the best milk from cows that feed in the meadows and raised on small family farms. It is a deliciously fresh with a nutty taste and smooth interior has a delicate structure with small holes. The flavour is rich, sweet and balanced with notes of butter and hazelnut.

Raclette St. Niklaus

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Raclette St. Niklaus

A rich and fill flavoured raclette made with raw cow milk.Excellent creamy melt quality making it ideal for raclette or fondue.

Raclette Swiss

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Raclette Switzerland

Raclette is the cheese of legend, based on the story of a man from Valais by the name of Leon. One cold day, with food scarce in the open pastures, Leon simply heated up a piece of cheese on the open fire to ease his hunger and keep warm. He found the melted cheese had a transcendent flavour. It not only complemented other foods – it made a great, satisfying meal for his family. Raclette is aromatic and can be mild or piquant, depending on the age of the wheel. The naturally tan rind, washed in brine, is tacky to the touch and at times displays small white flecks of penicillium.

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