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  1. Cave Aged Out of stock Bleu du Bocage Quick View

    Bleu du Bocage

    $40.99/LB
    As this cheese ages the goat milk mellows while the blue veining intensifies. You get a spicy but lightly sweet and acidic blue that is buttery and smooth in texture. Read More
  2. Aged Manchego Quick View

    Aged Manchego

    $19.99/LB
    Perhaps Spain’s most famous cheese, Manchego is a D.O. (Denominacion de Origen) protected cheese, meaning the traditional recipe must use 100% Manchega sheep milk. The breed has proven sturdy enough over the centuries to traverse the rocky, arid central plateau region of La Mancha – where cows just can’t hang. Read More
  3. Shropshire Blue Quick View

    Shropshire Blue

    $19.99/LB
    It looks like Stilton that fell into a vat of sunshine. This creamy, robust blue is made from pasteurized cow's milk in Nottinghamshire, England. A relatively recent addition to the Cheese Pantheon, it was invented by Mrs. Hutchison Smith in the 1970s. Read More
  4. Cave Aged Colston Bassett Stilton Quick View

    Colston Bassett Stilton

    $30.99/LB
    This farmstead Stilton is rumored to be the best in the world. Creamy, buttery, earthy with a clean, mineral tang on the finish. Break out the pears, walnuts, and Port. Read More
  5. Quadrello di Bufala Quick View

    Quadrello di Bufala

    $25.99/LB
    Something old-7th century Italian cheese. Something new-Quadrello, not mozzarella. Something borrowed-Taleggio recipe. Somethingbuffalo? Creamy-sweet paste with washed rind funk. Read More
  6. Cave Aged Ardrahan Quick View

    Ardrahan

    $27.99/LB
    Blimy! This Cork County curd combines clovered fields of Ireland's coast with briny saltwater below. We wash each wheel to encourage oceanic undertones. Read More
  7. Cave Aged Mitibleu Quick View

    Mitibleu

    $17.99/LB
    Monsieur Roquefort bought a villa in La Mancha and goes by the name of Seor Mitibleu. The firm, moist paste has a sheepy aroma, which accompanies a sharp kick from the blue-green veining and an eye-watering tangy mineral finish. Vino de Jerez anyone? Read More

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