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  1. Chabichou Quick View


    After over a millennium of development, your rind would be a little wrinkled, too. This pasteurized goat’s milk cylinder—called a “bonde” in the world of French cheesemaking—made its debut in eighth-century France, just south of the Loire in Poitou. Read More
  2. Monte Enebro Quick View

    Monte Enebro

    An exuberant goat cheese in three acts: the spicy peppery rind (thanks to a dusting of ash and blue mold) gives way to a tart and runny creamline, leading finally to a dense and lactic core. As sophisticated as it is delicious. Read More
  3. Cave Aged Caerphilly Quick View

    Westcombe Dairy

    Caerphilly, carefully. Known primarily as the grub of Welsh coalminers, this cheese has also long been made in England’s West Country by the Ducketts of Somerset, whose own production of this noble wheel began three generations ago with the raw milk from their herd of Friesian cows. Read More
  4. Provolone Buonatavola Quick View

    Provolone Buonatavola

    Much more sharp and full of flavor than your average deli provolone, this Italian offering adds a satisfying kick to any selection of antipasti, or well-constructed sandwich. Read More
  5. Brebirousse D'Argental Quick View

    Brebirousse D'Argental

    An ooey-gooey wonder sure to please any crowd, with a creamy paste that threatens to run free of its annatto-tinged rind. Luscious and silky enough for brie-lovers, sheepy and full-flavored enough for the most adventurous palate, its bright orange rind refuses to be ignored, but its delicate sweetness balances the buttery intensity with aplomb. Read More
  6. 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
  7. Bucheron Quick View


    And you thought goat cheese was only the fresh white stuff. Check the two-textured magic that a round slice of b-log has to offer; rich and creamy, a bit fresh and citrusy- a little something for everyone. Read More
  8. Irish Cheddar Quick View

    Irish Cheddar

    Firm, mild pasteurized cows' milk cheddar. Superb for grating and melting. Read More

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