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  1. Great Hill Blue Quick View

    Great Hill Blue

    $24.99/LB
    Great Hill Dairy makes one and only one cheese beauty: Great Hill Blue. They craft their rindless, clean-flavored blue in Buzzard Bay, 50 miles south of Boston, with unpasteurized, unhomogenized milk from their own Guernseys, plus Jersey and Holstein cows from neighboring farms. Inhale: toasty, salty aromas. Get ready for bright, acidic tanginess, with just a hint of peppery bite. Great Hill Blue’s not shy about salt and zip. Crumbly and curdy, it shines melted on a burger or crumbled on a wedge salad. Or serve post-dinner with a Tawny Port or a fruity Icewine to curb all that brawn and bite. Read More
  2. Miranda Quick View

    Vulto Creamery
    Miranda

    $18.99/EA
    A tribute like no other, this Absinthe-washed masterpiece is named for cheese-maker Jos Vulto’s late wife who wished to have a cheese named after her. Made with raw cow’s milk at his creamery in the Catskills and washed in a locally produced Absinthe called Meadow of Love, the light orange rind imparts bright herbaceouness to the lightly bubbled, savory interior. The cheese’s meaty paste complements a pairing of smoky speck and tangy pickles. Read More
  3. French Double Cream Brie Quick View

    French Double Cream Brie

    $11.99/LB
    This butter bomb is your excuse to go nuts—the pleasantly mild, exceptionally creamy wedge is just begging for your creative touch. Read More
  4. Dunbarton Blue Quick View

    Roelli Cheese Haus
    Dunbarton Blue

    $32.99/LB
    Fourth generation cheesemaker Chris Roelli committed the equivalent of blue cheese heresy by piercing his cheese and then pressing it to inhibit the mold growth. The result is Dunbarton Blue, a sort of blue-veined cheddar that's potent yet approachable. In a typical blue, the pierce holes introduce air that allows the desirable mold to proliferate within the cheese. By pressing it, Chris halts the process, developing a distinct but subtle bluing that hints at piquancy without punching you in the face. A unique and fantastic cheese from a true American cheesemaking family. Read More
  5. Roomano Quick View

    Roomano

    $26.99/LB
    Looking like orange granite - and just as difficult to neatly slice, this is Murray's most aged selection (3-4 years). It's a Dutch cheese that's similar to Gouda with a sweet-salty butterscotch character. Crunchy! Read More
  6. Cave Aged Bayley Hazen Blue Quick View

    Cellars at Jasper Hill
    Bayley Hazen Blue

    $28.99/LB
    The Northeast Kingdom of Vermont: rumored to have more cows than people. Taste their bounty in this blue: dry, complex, and nutty, with a hint of licorice. Read More
  7. Solo di Bruna Parmigiano-Reggiano Quick View

    Solo di Bruna Parmigiano-Reggiano

    $24.99/LB
    Made from the milk of only Italian Brown cows, we've never tried parm like this. Buttery and caramelly, like grown-up Cracker Jacks-with that hopelessly addictive crunch as your prize inside. Curl atop your pasta or just lob off a hunk, and foist a glass of Barolo to new levels of delicious. Salute! Read More
  8. Cave Aged Grana Padano Quick View

    Grana Padano

    $19.99/LB
    Rough handling makes tasty Italian cheese: from two milkings comes raw cow milk that is partially skimmed, cooked twice, and bathed in brine before aging for at least a year. All that attention makes a fragrant, sweet, and nutty cheese with a very firm texture. It's not Parmigiano - similar, but not exactly the same - but like its cousin, you can use it for grating, cooking, and as a fine table cheese. Read More
  9. Prairie Breeze Cheddar Quick View

    Prairie Breeze Cheddar

    $18.49/LB
    This award-winning cheddar produced by the Musser family uses milk from local Amish farms, all within 15-miles of the creamery. Sweet and balanced, it's medium sharp and has the nuttiness of an alpine cheese with subtle grassy tones. Read More

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