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  1. Harbison Quick View

    Cellars at Jasper Hill

    The baby of the Jasper Hill family, born from the marriage between Winnemere and Moses Sleeper. A cradle of spruce bark imparts a pine-y flavor to the oozy, floral paste. Read More
  2. Cave Aged Bandaged Cheddar Quick View

    Bleu Mont Dairy
    Bandaged Cheddar

    The bandages heal any trace of “boring” in this Wisconsin cheddar. We age each highly variable wheel of pasteurized cow’s milk to a balanced sweet-in-the-middle, mossy-at-the-rind. Doppel beers match well this cheese’s lingering acidity. Read More
  3. Pawlet Quick View

    Consider Bardwell Farm

    Pawlet’s a town that brings Americans slate, syrup and timber and-- even better-- Pawlet’s a cheese that’s delivers just as eclectic and delightful a mix. Hailing from Consider Bardwell, a farm that straddles Vermont’s picturesque Champlain Valley and New York’s agri-centric Washington County, Pawlet tastes of grassy barnyard, cultured butter, and fresh-from-the-oven 7-grain bread loaves. Read More
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    5 Spoke Creamery

    If farmhouse Cheddar and French Cantal took a roll in the weeds you'd get this little square. Read More
  5. Fontina Val d'Aosta Quick View

    Fontina Val d'Aosta

    Respect the Matterhorm. Each mountainous wheel is grassy, slightly truffly, and subtly fruity. Regular washing in our caves preserves and develops complex flavor. Read More
  6. Caciocavallo Quick View


    Caciocavallo earns its name, literally ‘cheese on horseback’, from the way duos of gourd-shaped rounds are rope-bound and slung over a wooden board to drain and age. Read More
  7. Mahon Curado Quick View

    Mahon Curado

    Four to six months of aging in salty and dry conditions on the Spanish island of Minorca result in a unique and powerful cheese: bright, flakey, salty and with the unmistakable tang of vinegar. Read More
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    Tete de Moine

    If you have a Girolle, you too can shave ''the monk's head.'' A strong raw cow's milk cheese from the Jura Mountains, assertively fruity and full-bodied. Read More
  9. New York State Cheddar Quick View

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    New York State Cheddar

    It’s no secret- New Yorkers love cheese. Heck, we’ve even got a museum dedicated entirely to the cheese of New York State - and this hunk of sharp, grassy goodness, full of the same spunk and sass that defines a native New Yorker, serves as an edible monument to the centuries-long history of Empire State cheese. Read More

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