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  1. Kunik Quick View

    Nettle Meadow

    A powerful one-two punch. Begin with tangy goat milk and enrich with Jersey cow cream for buttery decadence. Then, ripen in Murray's cave for a mineral finish and perfect rind. Read More
  2. La Tur Quick View

    La Tur

    When is a cheese like a scoop of delicious savory ice cream? When it's made from sheep, goat and cow's milk and gently ripened so that its melty rind oozes over a dense and creamy interior. Make mine a double! Read More
  3. Delice de Bourgogne Quick View

    Delice de Bourgogne

    Want to make sure that all the sweet, decadent triple creme is gone by the time the party's over? This tidy little format should do the trick. Otherwise, get two and hide one in the crisper for personal use. Read More
  4. Fromager d'Affinois Quick View

    Fromager d'Affinois

    Extra creamy cousin of Brie, this French innovation is buttery, sweet, and mild. Rich and pleasant, and especially lovely with fresh fruit and champagne. Read More
  5. Brie Fermier Quick View

    Brie Fermier

    Made at the ''Farm of rejuvenation'' in Northern France, this brie is the best we've found yet. Mushroomy and fungal, gooey and creamy, you'll get hints of fresh shucked oysters and a tiny bit of iron.We think we're in love. Read More
  6. Cremeux de Bourgogne Quick View

    Cremeux de Bourgogne

    Theres just too much heavenly triple-creme to contain within one fluffy white rind. The sweetest, creamiest cat in the case we dare you not to swoon. Read More
  7. Robiola Bosina Quick View

    Robiola Bosina

    This luscious little slab of mild, creamy goodness is made from a blend of milks for the perfect balance of salty and milky sweet. Its tender rind is good eats - resist that uncivilized urge to bite it like a pastry. Read More
  8. Preferes des Montagnes Quick View

    Preferes des Montagnes

    As close to the illicit French Reblochon as you're going to get. Innocuous, buttery goodness with just a hint of pungency. Made of cow's milk in Savoie like the real thing, but pasteurized with a generic name - Sneaky! Read More
  9. Haxaire Munster Quick View

    Haxaire Munster

    While true Alsatian Munster isn't street legal in the US on account of it being raw and under 60 days, this pasteurized version does a pretty mean impression. Read More

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