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Fontina Fume

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Fontina Fume Quebec

Made at the only cheese factory managed by Benedictine monks in North America, Fontina Fume is a smoked Fontina cheese, hand made by the the monks at the Abbaye de Saint-Benoît-du-Lac in Quebec.

Light and creamy texture and delicate smoky aroma. LACTOSE FREE.

Named BEST NEW CHEESE at the Canadian Cheese Awards 2014.

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
 

Godminster Vintage Cheddar

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Godminster Vintage Cheddar

A certified organic cheddar made by Godminster Farms in Bruton, Somerset, England. Made using traditional methods from a 70 year-old recipe with pasteurized cows milk straight from the Somerset farms own dairy cows.

Less crumbly than traditional farmhouse cheddars, it is uniquely creamy in both taste and texture with a rich full flavour. As a vintage cheddar, it has to mature for over twelve months to allow its tangy, yet smooth taste to develop. Beautifully presented in maroon wax.

Amazing coupled with a good apple jelly or chutney.

Godzilla Cheddar

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A two year old Quebec made cheddar hand rubbed with wasabi. The hot pungent notes of the wasabi are mellowed and cooled by the creamy tang of aged cheddar.

A Country Cheese Exclusive!

Gouda Coconut

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Coconut Gouda

Made with fresh, pasteurized cow’s milk and a healthy dash of coconut cream, added for extra flavor and creaminess. It's a delightfully unique cheese with a nutty taste and a touch of refreshing sweetness. Enjoy it with fruit or thinly sliced with crisp crackers and chilled white wine or your favorite beverage.

Pairs well with chocolate and port or a juicy Merlot.  Very nice with sparkling wine or a chilled white wine as well.

Gouda Cumin

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Gouda Cumin Frico

A hint of smokey Cumin blends with this mild Gouda to give a delicate smooth flavour.

An amazing topper for nachos or chili.

Gouda-Double Cream

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Double Cream Gouda

Double Cream Gouda is known as one of the creamiest and mellowest cheeses made in Holland. In the controlled conditions of a small cheese making factory, every cheese is painstakingly prepared, treated and aged. Double Cream Gouda is made in Staphorst, in the eastern part of Holland in the Province of Overijsel, where men, women and even children walk around in their traditional costumes. The houses are painted green or light blue. The tradition and craftsmanship couples with the finest ingredients and creamiest milk results in this truly glorious cheese.

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.

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