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  1. Oma Quick View

    Oma

    $25.99/LB
    The von Trapp family farm in Waitsfield, VT has expanded and improved with every generation, most recently with brothers Dan and Sebastian who started making cheese. Their newly tweaked Oma recipe makes an approachably pungent washed rind, rich but well-balanced, with hints of roasted peanuts. Read More
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    Garrotxa

    $27.99/LB
    This moist and cakey aged goat cheese sports a suede jacket of grey mold. Belying these rugged looks are lingering flavors of white pepper and damp wood, thanks to cave-aged origins. Read More
  3. Moses Sleeper Quick View

    Cellars at Jasper Hill
    Moses Sleeper

    $27.99/EA
    Ayrshire cow's milk is formed into discs a bit larger than your typical Camembert, then aged with care in the Cellars at Jasper Hill for the next six weeks. Once released, Moses usually has a classic white bloomy rind, with a smattering of exotic mauve- and dandelion-hued molds heightening its complexity. Read More
  4. French Raclette Quick View

    French Raclette

    $15.99/LB
    Raclette, from the French verb meaning ''to scrape.'' Sscrape up every bit of this salty, leaty bad boy once melted atop potatoes. Read More
  5. Robiola Bosina Quick View

    Robiola Bosina

    $17.99/EA
    This luscious little slab of mild, creamy goodness is made from a blend of milks for the perfect balance of salty and milky sweet. Its tender rind is good eats - resist that uncivilized urge to bite it like a pastry. Read More
  6. Tickler English Cheddar Quick View

    Tickler English Cheddar

    $16.99/LB
    We're not quite sure what a French tickler is, but we're positive about the English one - it's a mature, robust cheddar - aged 18 months to sweet, tangy perfection. Made from raw cow's milk in Devon. Read More
  7. Cave Aged Emmenthaler Swiss Quick View

    Emmenthaler Swiss

    $18.99/LB
    My, what big eyes you have. That's what the holes in real Swiss mountain cheese are called. And this is as real as it comes. Get melting. Read More

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