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  1. Cave Aged Pyrenees Brebis Quick View

    Pyrenees Brebis

    $29.99/LB
    The first cheese we called ''compulsively edible,'' and still the best. Once you pop, you can't stop. Read More
  2. Leonora Quick View

    Leonora

    $23.99/LB
    Refined, uncomplicated, and classic-the goat cheese to bring home to mother. Read More
  3. La Tur Quick View

    La Tur

    $14.99/EA
    When is a cheese like a scoop of delicious savory ice cream? When it's made from sheep, goat and cow's milk and gently ripened so that its melty rind oozes over a dense and creamy interior. Make mine a double! Read More
  4. Sale Cave Aged Chevrot Quick View

    Chevrot

    Regular Price: $18.99/EA

    Special Price: $10.99/EA

    Chevrot, you’re such a brain. Covered in a delicately wrinkled rind, we cave-age Chevrot to the top of its class, sporting a dense, lemony center, surrounded by a mushroomy, piquant creamline full of earthy intensity. Read More
  5. Young Manchego Quick View

    Young Manchego

    $16.99/LB
    Young and spry Manchego- better for melting at three months than its aged counterpart, and more fun at parties; just add membrillo, marcona almonds, and a cask of Rioja. Read More
  6. Landaff Quick View

    Landaff Creamery
    Landaff

    $28.99/LB
    Inspiration, found Caer-fully. An American original which, like its Welsh counterpart, is exceptionally easy to eat enormous quantities of, whilst drinking beer. Read More
  7. Delice de Bourgogne Quick View

    Delice de Bourgogne

    $14.99/EA
    Want to make sure that all the sweet, decadent triple creme is gone by the time the party's over? This tidy little format should do the trick. Otherwise, get two and hide one in the crisper for personal use. Read More
  8. Langres Quick View

    Langres

    $12.99/EA
    Who needs a flute when your cheese can hold your bubbly for you? Made in Champagne and finished with a concave top designed to hold a bit of the eponymous sparkler, cheesemakers wash each little cow’s milk round with brine and then rub it with raccou, a natural colorant derived from a tropical shrub. Read More

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