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    Spring Brook

    Based on the Alpine cheese Raclette, this American farmhouse version is a little salty/funky, with a zippy finish. Classicly melted on potatoes. Why mess with a classic? Read More
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    Meadow Creek

    Only a family named Feete could make a big, bold, stinky cheese this astoundingly intense and delicious. And, it's seasonal. Get it while you can. Read More
  3. Cato Corner Hooligan Quick View

    Cato Corner Farm
    Cato Corner Hooligan

    Our Cavemaster has reported numerous instances of Cato Corner Hooligan roughhousing Raclette and getting fresh with Fontina, but it’s a risk we’re willing to accept from this pungent, beefy tomme... Read More
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    Consider Bardwell Farm

    Plump as a Dorset milkmaid, but New England style: toothsome, pungent and easy to enjoy, ideally with porter. Read More
  5. Cave Aged Epoisses Quick View


    One slurp of the intensely creamy paste of this French classic, and you’ll know why we go to such lengths to ensure that this unctuous pasteurized cow’s milk round, made in Burgundy, France, is so delightfully decadent. Tucked into a clever wooden box meant to ease transport to our fair shores, serving Époisses isn’t nearly as difficult as aging it—slice a crusty baguette and dunk away, adding a glass of Burgundian white for terroir-driven perfection. Read More
  6. Taleggio Quick View


    This iconic Italian washed-rind has been made in northern Italy since the 9th century. Pungent, fruity and meaty - ripe wheels should eat like pudding- delicious, stinky pudding that goes with wine. Try Barbera or Soave. Read More
  7. 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
  8. Langres Quick View


    Who needs a flute when your cheese can hold your bubbly for you? Made in Champagne and finished with a concave top designed to hold a bit of the eponymous sparkler, cheesemakers wash each little cow’s milk round with brine and then rub it with raccou, a natural colorant derived from a tropical shrub. Read More
  9. French Raclette Quick View

    French Raclette

    Raclette, from the French verb meaning ''to scrape.'' Sscrape up every bit of this salty, leaty bad boy once melted atop potatoes. Read More

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