Pasteurization

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Blue Ice

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Blue Ice

A Quebec blue soaked in Ontario VQA Icewine. Lightly veined, herbal and earthy blue combined with sweet and fruity wine. A perfect pairing!

Only available at Country Cheese, come by the store to sample this unique artisan cheese.

Blue St. Agur

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St. Agur Blue France

Saint Agur is a blue cheese made from pasteurized cow's milk in the village of Beauzac from the mountainous French region of Auvergne. Since 1988, the Bongrain Cheese Company has been manufacturing this cream enriched cheese with 60% butterfat. On account of the high fat content, it certifies as a double-cream cheese. Also, because of its high butter fat content it is easily spreadable and melts well.

Brebis Rousse D'Argental

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Brebis Rousse D'Argental

This luscious washed rind cheese is produced by Fromagerie Guilloteau. The milk is collected from ewes of the Argental region of France. Aged for thirty days this square cheese exhibits a thin bright orange patchy rind. "Brebis" is French for sheep and "Rousse" refers to the colour of the cheese.

When young the flavour is rich and sweet, but as the cheese matures the stronger meaty, earthy flavours develop while the rind becomes a darker rusty orange colour. The texture is soft and velvety and sure to ooze deliciously on your cheese plate.

Brillat Savarin

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Brillat Savarin France Triple Cream

Produced in the Ile de France region and created by cheese-maker Henri Androuët in the 1930s. It is named after 19th century gastronome and epicure, Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin.

Like whipped butter, both in texture and flavour. A triple cream cheese, which means it has a butterfat content of at least 75%. This is achieved by adding rich, luscious cream to whole milk.

Burrata Ontario

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Ontario Burrata

Burrata means "buttered" in Italian. The cheese originated in the Apulia region of Italy known for sheep farming and agriculture. a fresh cheese made from a mix of mozzarella and cream. The outside thin shell is a pasta filata curd made of cow's milk mozzarella while the insides contain a soft, stringy mixture of curd and fresh cream.

The taste of Burrata goes well with salads, crusty bread, and prosciutto, fresh tomatoes with olive oil and with spaghetti.

 

Cabra al Vino

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Cabra al Vino Spain Goat

Literally meaning ''goat cheese with wine'' this semi-firm pasteurized goat cheese from Spain. The paste is sweet and smooth, perfectly balanced with the bright aromatic flavour of red wine with a gentle, pliable texture and mild fruity flavour. Pairs well with medium fruity reds.

Cacio di Bosco al Tartufo

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Cacio di Bosco al Tartufo Italy

A beautiful balance between garlicky truffle and nutty, sweet, almost caramelized aged sheep's milk. This delicious cheese is firm, smooth, and oily, dotted with big flecks of truffle.

Made in Italy by Il Forteto, a farmers cooperative founded in 1977.

Caciocavallo

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Cacciocavallo Ontario

Caciocavallo is a cow's milk cheese traditionally produced throughout Southern Italy, particularly in the Apennine Mountains Dating back to the 14h century it is thought to be a descendant of the first cheeses ever made in ancient Roman times. Shaped like a tear-drop, it is similar in taste to the aged Southern Italian Provolone cheese, with a hard edible rind.

Caramelized Onion Pine River

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Caramelized Onion Cheddar

Richly aromatic with tasty caramelized onion bits. Beautiful marbled appearance. Excellent melt qualities, great on burgers. Sure to be a hit.

Cashel Blue

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Cashel Blue

Cashel Blue is a hand-made, semi-soft, blue cheese with a creamy texture and a buttery mild blue taste. Made from cows milk, over half of which is collected from the cheesemakers own farm, with the rest sourced from farms located nearby.

The cheese was named after the Rock of Cashel overlooking the pastures close to the farm. It has large blue flecks, made by the action of Penicillium roqueforti, the same agent used in Roquefort, Stilton and other blue cheeses.

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