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Bleu d'Élizabeth

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Bleu d'Élizabeth

Organic, semi-soft, thermalized milk farm cheese with blue-veined interior.

A natural rind with ochre-coloured spots and an interior with lovely blue veins, sometimes with a tinge of green.

Balanced salty flavour, creamy and spreadable.

Bleu Ermite

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Bleu Ermite

Bleu Ermite was the first cheese produced at the Saint-Benoît Abbey in 1943 and is still in handmade at the monastery today. A mild blue, a bit tangy but not so strong that inexperienced eaters will be scared away. Soft cream-coloured paste, lightly veined with blue-green mould, crumbly and a bit gritty. The aroma is grassy, herbal and mushroomy, with hints of sweetness and earthiness.

Bleu Fumé

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Bleu Fumé Abbaye de Saint-Benoît-du-Lac Quebec

Hand made by Benedictine monks from the Abbaye de Saint-Benoît-du-Lac in Quebec. The Abbaye's skilled cheese makers have been crafting blue cheese since 1943, starting with blue ERMITE. Today, more than a dozen varieties of cheese are made at the Abbaye.

This semi-soft blue-veined cheese is made from pasteurized milk and aged for 6 months in the Abbaye de Saint-Benoît-du-Lac’s ripening rooms. A sweet mild blue with a delicate smokey flavour. The smoking process gives the cheese a slightly woody taste that pairs well with the acidity of the blue veining.

Blu 61

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Blu 61 Italy

Soft bold blue cheese aged in Raboso Passito red wine and topped with cranberries.  A beautiful cheese sure to impress.

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.

Brie de Meaux

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Brie de Meaux, raw milk, France

Brie de Meaux, named after the town of Meaux, is produced in the region of Brie, located 50 kilometers to the east of Paris. Records referencing Brie de Meaux date back to the 8th century, when the emperor Charlemagne is said to have tasted it. During the French Revolution, Louis XVI is said to have requested a final taste of Brie de Meaux before his arrest.

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.

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.

Caciocavallo

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Caciocavallo

The Italian name of the cheese caciocavallo means "Cheese on horseback" and it is thought that the name derives from the fact that two cheese forms are always bound together with rope and then left to mature by placing them 'a cavallo', i.e. straddling, upon a horizontal stick or branch.

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