Cow Milk

Five Brothers

Five Brothers Woodstock Ontario Artisan Cheese

Five Brothers is a washed rind cow's milk cheese that combines traits from Gouda and another Swiss variety called Appenzeller.

The mild version is available after two months, the medium after 5 months and in the future we will offer a semi-hard aged over 12 months.

It has creamy and rich flavours with sweeter overtones and distinctive eyes throughout the body of the cheese.

All of the milk used comes from their family dairy farm.

This product must be ordered in sets of 50 grams.
A minimum order of at least 150 grams is required.

Fleur d'Aunis

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.

This product must be ordered in sets of 50 grams.
A minimum order of at least 150 grams is required.

Fontina de lAbbaye

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Fontina de l'Abbaye Quebec

Made at the only cheese factory managed by Benedictine monks in North America, Fontina de l'Abbaye is a smooth slightly elastic cheese with mild lactic and hazelnut flavours.

 LACTOSE FREE.

This product must be ordered in sets of 50 grams.
A minimum order of at least 150 grams is required.

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.

This product must be ordered in sets of 50 grams.
A minimum order of at least 150 grams is required.

Gin and Tonic Cheddar

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Gin and Tonic Mature Cheddar

Prime mature Scottish cheddar, carefully blended with zesty lemon, gin and orange and juniper. 

Gjetost "Ski Queen" 250 gram

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.

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.

This product must be ordered in sets of 50 grams.
A minimum order of at least 150 grams is required.

Godminster Vintage Cheddar Heart

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Godminster Vintage Organic Cheddar Heart Shape

A creamy, certified organic cheddar made by Godminster Vintage in Bruton, Somerset, England. Made with traditional methods from a 70 year-old recipe. Encased in beautiful maroon heart-shaped wax.

200 grams

$18

Godminster Vintage Cheddar Star

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Godminster Vintage Cheddar Star

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.

Gorgonzola Dolce

Gorgonzola Dolce Italy

Gorgonzola has been produced for centuries in Gorgonzola, Milan, acquiring its greenish-blue marbling in the eleventh century. However, the town's claim of geographical origin is disputed by other localities.
Under Italian law, Gorgonzola enjoys Protected Geographical Status. Termed DOP in Italy, this means that it can only be produced in the provinces of Novara, Bergamo, Brescia, Como, Cremona, Cuneo, Lecco, Lodi, Milan, Pavia, Varese, Verbano-Cusio-Ossola and Vercelli, as well as a number of comuni in the area of Casale Monferrato (province of Alessandria).

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