Semi-Hard/Hard

Semi-Hard/HardHard cheeses add sharpness to vegetables, omelettes, au gratin dishes, quiches, pizzas and soups.
Double Gloucester

One of the great English cheeses, Double Gloucester is a semi-firm cheese, orange in colour, with a strong, mellow, rich flavour. Not as firm as Cheddar, it has a mellow, nutty character with an orange-zest tang.

Drunken Goat

This semi-firm pasteurized goat cheese from Spain's Mediterranean coast is cured for 48-72 hours in Doble Pasta red wine. The paste remains nearly pure white and the rind absorbs a lovely violet hue. The paste is sweet and smooth, delicately grapey, with a gentle, pliable texture and mild fruity flavor. A D.O.P cheese, it pairs well with medium fruity reds.

Drunken Sailor

Mild cow milk cheddar, made at Monforte Dairy, soaked in Jamaican dark rum.  The rum lends sweet, honeyed flavours of marzipan, caramel and brown sugar to this excellent cheddar.

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Dubliner

Hard ripened cheese with a distinctive taste and a natural hint of sweetness. Made with all natural ingredients. Sweet, granular cheese aged over a year and manufactured by Carbery, located in County Cork, Republic of Ireland. Since 1996 it has been marketed internationally by the Irish Dairy Board under the Kerrygold label. The cheese is named after the city of Dublin, although it is made in Cork.

Edam

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.

Edwardsburg

A semi-hard cheese with a smooth, rich, creamy texture and delicious buttery flavour.
Perfect for a cheese fondue, pizzas, gourmet sandwiches and more. With its rich, buttery cream flavour, it makes for a delicious cheese sauce to top pasta or as an accompaniment to a bowl of steamed veggies.
Edwardsburg is a superb cheese to pair with a variety of wines as its light but subtly rich flavour works well with wines ranging from Rieslings to Gamays and even fine Merlots.

Emmentaler

Emmentaler of Switzerland continues to be handcrafted the traditional way in small village dairies according to recipes handed down for more than 450 years. The milk used is delivered twice a day. It is produced with raw cow’s milk, adding only natural ingredients (water, salt, natural starter cultures and rennet). Preservatives or ingredients from genetically modified organisms are not allowed.

 

English Huntsman

Mellow Double Gloucester layered with pungent Blue Stilton.

Etorki

Etorki, meaning “origin” in Basque language, is a pasteurized sheep’s milk cheese made in French Basque region of the Pyrénées. The milk used to make this cheese is sourced from local black- or red-faced Manech ewes herded by local shepherds and dairy farmers. It takes six gallons of ewe’s milk to produce one wheel of Etorki.

The smooth, supple and velvety interior is a consistent white with occasional holes or slits. It has a sweet and earthy aroma suggestive of the caramel flavours released by the pressed and aged sheep’s milk.

Eweda

Blyth Farm Cheese is a small on-farm family business close to Lake Huron near the historical village of Blyth. They believe in the goodness of their cheese, made in small batches, handcrafted with passion, bringing out rich flavours. They do not use colouring or any other additives. Their cheese is made from 100% goat or sheep milk, fresh from the farm.

This is a washed rind sheep milk cheese that is hand made in Blyth, Ontario. Lovely firm texture studded with crystals with subtle flavours of lanolin and hay and a nice salty finish.

Extra Hot Cheddar

Mellow cheddar paired with firey peppers. Spicy. Made in Ontario.

Five Brothers

Five Brothers is a washed rind cow's milk cheese that combines traits from Gouda and another Swiss variety called Appenzeller.

The mild version is available after two months, the medium after 5 months and in the future we will offer a semi-hard aged over 12 months.

It has creamy and rich flavours with sweeter overtones and distinctive eyes throughout the body of the cheese.

All of the milk used comes from their family dairy farm.