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Dare 2 Dream Chili Honey Raw

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raw honey chili local

Raw wildflower honey collected locally in Clarrington, ON.

If you don’t like heat you are in luck! Our sweet chili honey has a little kick with a lot of relief. Although Trinidad Scorpion and Ghost peppers are used, the honey calms the spice to bring a manageable heat to the tongue. Apart from what you would assume a use for this honey would be (BBQ Rubs, dips, chili sauce, etc) putting this honey in a black tea will make it a delicious Chai tea, perfect for that new book of yours.

Dare 2 Dream Cinnamon Honey Raw

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Dare 2 Dream Cinnamon Honey Raw

Raw wildflower honey collected locally in Clarrington, ON.

Infused with rich cinnamon flavour, Premium cinnamon spice and combine it with raw  wildflower honey to create a honey that has a multitude of uses! Drizzle on soft cheeses, toast or sweeten coffee and tea, top ice cream or use in baking.

Dare 2 Dream Wildflower Honey Raw

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Raw wildflower honey collected locally in Clarrington, ON.

Etorki

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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

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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.

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 Baluchon

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Le Baluchon Quebec

Le Baluchon won Cheese of the Year at the Canadian Cheese Awards held in April 2014 as well as Best Semi-Soft Cheese and Best Organic Cheese.

Sweet slightly barny and grassy aromas on the rind with flavours of hazlnut and clover.

Made by Fromagerie FX Pichet in Quebec. Raw, Organic milk.

Le Burgond

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Le Burgond France

Morbier type, semi-soft cheese with a line of ash in the middle. Aromatic, and surprisingly mild, rich, creamy interior and a wonderful, nutty aftertaste.

Excellent served with Gewürztraminer, Pinot Noir or Bordeaux.

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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