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Ardagh Wine Cheese

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Ardagh Wine Cheese Ireland

This red waxed gourmet cheese truckle is named after the Smith O’Brien home of Cahermoyle, Ardagh, where this medieval monastic cheese was revived about a hundred years ago. This is an adventurous red waxed cheese, veined with red wine, was revived from an old Limerick Palatine Recipe. It has a sharp taste with a strong presence of dry red wine. Enjoyed best on crackers or crisp-bread with a glass of vintage port.

Asadero

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Asadero

Spanish for baking, Asadero is a rich Mexican style melting cheese similar to Queso Oaxaca that is used for cooking. Mild-tasting with a pleasant acidity, this fresh cheese is slightly chewy yet tender.
Because it melts wonderfully, use it to top a bowl of soup or chile con queso, on tostadas, nachos or quesadillas, as stuffing for chile rellenos.
Goes well with fruit, chili peppers, salsa, poultry, beef, pork, tomatoes Sangria, margaritas, pilsner beers, Chardonnay.

Asiago

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Asiago DOP

Asiago is a cow's milk cheese, produced only on the Asiago plateau in the Veneto foothills in Italy. The cheese-making tradition in the provinces of  Vicenza and Trento dates back to more than thousand years. Traditionally, it was made from sheep's milk but today it is produced from unpasteurized cow's milk.

Asiago-Rosemary and Olive Oil

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Rosemary and Olive Oil rubbed Asiago Sartori Wheel
Rosemary and Olive Oil rubbed Asiago

Hand-rubbed rosemary with resinous savoury notes and buttery herbaceous Italian olive oil provide the perfect balance for this rich, nutty and fruity Asiago.

 

Avonlea - Clothbound Cheddar

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Avonlea Clothbound Cheddar

Avonlea Clothbound Cheddar has its roots from the Orkney Islands, which is north of Scotland.

Avonlea Clothbound Cheddar is aged for at least one year and is made from the milk of cows from the rolling countryside of Prince Edward Island, by the maker of COWS Ice Cream

All milk comes from small local farms around P.E.I. and given that no point on the island is ever more than 20 miles or so from the sea, with the salt air and the iron-rich red soil, all these things combine to add flavor and quality to the product.

Batisseur

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Le BÂTISSEUR

Le Bâtisseur is a firm washed natural rind with a pale-yellow, firm paste dotted with a multitude of small, irregular openings. This cheese has buttery, lightly fruity aromas, with notes of nuts, mace, and malt. However, closer to the rind, aromas of wild mushrooms can be detected.

 

 

Beau's Abbey Style

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Beau's Beer Washed Cheese

Beau’s Abbey Style Beer Washed Cheese is an old style beer washed cheese that was originally produced in the middle-ages by monks who both made cheese and brewed beer.

Beemster Goat

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Beemster Goat

Aged for 4 months, full flavoured and smooth with a wonderfully clean, sweet taste.

Sweet and creamy. Pairs nicely with beers and white wines. Delicious with dark breads, avocado and walnuts.

Beemster Graskaas

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Beemster Graskaas

Every spring the Beemster cows rush through the barn doors and excitedly graze on the fresh spring pastures. The cows run and jump with excitement after being released to these untouched pastures. It is only the first milkings from these fresh pastures that are used to make the coveted Beemster Graskaas.This rare cheese, known for being the creamiest of the year, is aged for one month.

The flavours are uniquely deep yet the texture remains very rich and creamy.

Beemster Vlaskaas

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Beemster Vlaskaas Holland

Historically, Vlaskaas was made only once a year to celebrate the Flax Harvest. In 2004 the Vlaskaas recipe was discovered and recreated by Beemster. Since then Vlaskaas has won golden medals around the world and is now made year-round.

Sweet and creamy. Pairs nicely with beers and white wines.

Lactose & gluten free.

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