This "lumberjack cheese" is made by Ernst Diriwächter, a 2nd-generation cheesemaker. A complex, runny washed-rind, it smells quite woodsy and pungent. Serious caseophiles love this one - it's up there with Vacherin Mont d'Or.
Don't be duped by the name; in German it means 'wine cheese,' but this unusual tomme is actually from northern Italy. Soaked in Lagrein wine and spices, it's creamy, lightly peppery, and a bit garlicky; like super-fancy beef jerky. Read More
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
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
Hand-selected by our Alp-scaling buyers, this Summer Reserve batch is a rare member of the Comte one percent deemed worthy of extra aging for deepened, more complex flavor. Eat it now: exclusivity guaranteed; endless wheels are not. Read More
An Alpine cheeseboard staple, traditionally made with the partially skimmed milk left over from butter-making. Youve probably come looking for this earthy, vegetal, straightforward classic, so no cheeky puns will be necessary here. Read More
Smoother, moister, and milder than its counterparts, Mrs. Quicke's is the model of cheddared, ladylike delicacy. Murray's select wheel sfor lemony, citrus notes. Perfect with crisp fall apples. When she's on, she sparkles. Read More