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  1. Cave Aged Monte Enebro Quick View

    Monte Enebro

    $30.99/LB
    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
  2. Roquefort Papillon Black Label Quick View

    Roquefort Papillon Black Label

    $29.99/LB
    The French have named this assertive, spicy sheep their 'King of Blues' and showed their loyalty by crowning it with the first AOC designation in 1925. They have since embraced democracy, but 'President of Blue' doesn't have the same ring. Read More
  3. Caciotta di Capra con Pepe Quick View

    Caciotta di Capra con Pepe

    $22.99/LB
    A goat in sheep’s clothing. This caciotta, or “little cheese,” hails from the land of sheep’s milk Pecorino but has a flavor all its own—preserved lemons, brown butter, and the spice of whole black peppercorns. Read More
  4. Pecorino Ginepro Quick View

    Pecorino Ginepro

    $32.99/LB
    Bathed in a solution of balsamic vinegar and juniper berries, this raw sheep's milk cheese is then attentively aged at least four months. The flakey paste and perfectly edible rind balance hints of gin and acidity with the natural richness of sheep's milk. Read More
  5. Podda Classico Quick View

    Podda Classico

    $24.99/LB
    Zing! Get electrified by the zippy finish of this sweet, nutty pasteurized cow and sheep milk cheese from the island of Sardinia. A hint of lemony spice makes it even more irresistible. Read More
  6. Rustico with Pepper Quick View

    Rustico with Pepper

    $14.99/LB
    Rustico is a pasteurized sheep's milk cheese from Rome, aged for approximately 40 days. 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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