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Coastal Rugged Cheddar

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Coastal Cheddar England

Coastal Cheddar is aged for up to fifteen months which bestows it with its rich and intense flavour but the culture used also adds a contrasting subtle, sweet, top note.

From time to time, you may encounter a characteristic crunch when you bite into this cheddar – a consequence of the calcium lactate crystals which form naturally as the cheddar ages.

Douanier

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Douanier

Inspired by AOC Morbier, Le Douanier is semi-soft, with a copper-coloured washed rind, with the pale golden paste split with a thin line of grey-blue ash made from maple wood. Flavour notes of green apple and nuts.
The ash line in the middle is symbolic of the U.S.-Canadian border that is located within a kilometre of Fromagerie Fritz Kaiser in Noyan, Quebec. Fittingly, Le Douanier translates to "customs officer."

Edam Baby

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Baby Edam Balls Holland

A semi-firm cheese that originated in the Netherlands, and is named after the town of Edam in the province of North Holland. Edam is traditionally sold in spheres with a pale yellow interior and a coat of red paraffin wax. Edam ages and travels well, and does not spoil; it only hardens. These qualities (among others) made it the world's most popular cheese between the 14th and 18th centuries.

Edam is a mild, delicately flavoured cheese, with a smooth and creamy texture.

Whole balls, 850 grams available.

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.

 

Extra Hot Cheddar

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Extra Hot Cheddar

Mellow cheddar paired with spicy red and green jalapenos. Excellent pepper flavour and lots of heat. Made in Ontario.

Fleur d'Aunis

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Fleur d'Aunis France

This is a soft washed rind cow’s cheese from the Loire Valley, in the Aunis province of France, situated on the north-west coast, in the department of Charente-Maritime, within the region of Poitou-Charente.
 
Fleur d’ Aunis bathed in a cognac fortified aperitif and brushed lightly with fleur D’ Sel water. The salt re-crystallizes on the rind allowing you to bite into a nice soft cheese then having some crackly bits that change up the texture.

Fromager d’Affinois

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Fromager d’Affinois France

Soft bloomy rind,  rich, surprisingly smooth and creamy double cream. Produced by Fromageris Guilloteau in the regional natural park of Pilat, in the French Rhone-Alps.

German Butter-Butterkase

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German Butter Butterkase

A smooth, creamy, buttery, German cheese, Butterkase has a clear, pale-yellow interior. It is extremely delicate and odourless, and is widely used as a breakfast, sandwich, and snack cheese. Excellent on baked potatoes in place of sour cream, on cheese platters, and pairs well with fruits and sparkling wine.

LACTOSE FREE
 

Ghost Pepper Cheddar

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Ghost Pepper Cheddar

Mellow cheddar paired with hot ghost peppers. Excellent pepper flavour and some heat. Made in Ontario.

Gjetost "Ski Queen"

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Gjetost Ski Queen

Pronounced "Yay-toast." It's Norwegian, and although the name translates directly to "goat cheese," chances are that this cheese tastes just about as far from any you've had before. Gjetost is as sweet as caramel, with the texture of a dense, buttery fudge.

Gjetost is a variety of Scandinavian brown cheese (brunost), often refered to as Ski cheese or Ski Queen.

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