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Comte

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Comte 18 months

The iconic Fort des Rousses cellar, over 214 metres long, is where Charles Arnaud Grand Reserve cheeses are kept. The imposing Charles Arnaud cellar is dedicated exclusively to Comté cheeses
Comté was one of the first few kinds of cheese to receive an AOC (Appellation d'origine controlee) status in 1958. It is one of the most popular AOC cheeses in France with around 40,000 tonnes of annual production.

Considered one of the finest cheeses in the world, a wedge of Comte reveals a pale yellow interior and a texture that can vary from silky, flabby to crystalline.

This product must be ordered in sets of 50.
A minimum order of at least 150 is required.

Curé-Hébert

Curé-Hébert Quebec

This semi-soft, washed rind farm cheese is made with raw milk drawn from the Fromagerie l’Autre Versant’s herd of Ayrshire cows. Its orange-brown rind is partially covered by a fluffy white coat. The cheese has a buttery colour, a supple, shiny, melt-in-your mouth interior and a scattering of small holes.

Emmentaler

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Emmentaler Switzerland Raw Milk

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.

 

This product must be ordered in sets of 50.
A minimum order of at least 150 is required.

Etorki

Etorki France

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.

Grana Padano

Grana Padano Italy

Grana Padano is one of the world's first hard cheeses, created nearly 900 years ago by the Cistercian monks of Chiaravalle Abbey, founded in 1135 near Milan, who used ripened cheese as a way of preserving surplus milk. By the year 1477, it was regarded as one of the most famous cheeses of Italy. It can last a long time without spoiling, sometimes aging up to two years. It is made in a similar way to the Parmigiano Reggiano of Emilia-Romagna but over a much wider area and with different regulations and controls.

This product must be ordered in sets of 50.
A minimum order of at least 150 is required.

Gruyere

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.

This product must be ordered in sets of 50.
A minimum order of at least 150 is required.

Gruyere 1655

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

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.

Manchego

Manchego

Aged 12 months, firm  yet suple texture.  Intense, zesty taste, rich deep pepperiness and sightly salty at the finish. It grates well and can also be eaten on its own.

Manchego cheese is the most important and well-known sheep’s milk cheese in Spain. It is made only from whole milk of the Manchega sheep raised in the "La Mancha" region. It can be recognized by a unique zigzag or cross hatch pattern on the rind which is created by the rippled surface of the molds used to make it.

This product must be ordered in sets of 50.
A minimum order of at least 150 is required.

Morbier Arnaud Reserve

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Morbier France

Morbier is an aromatic and surprisingly mild French cow's milk AOC cheese defined by the dark vein of vegetable ash streaking through it middle. Today, the ash is purely decorative, a nod to the method by which Morbier was once produced in Franche-Comté. Traditionally, the evening's fresh curds were sprinkled with ash to prevent the formation of a rind overnight. The next morning, new curds were laid upon the thin layer of ash to finish off the wheel.

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