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  1. Chevre d'Argental Quick View

    Chevre d'Argental

    Why the hexagon? Perhaps the perfect simplicity of this pasteurized goat's milk cheese from Lyon had the cheesemakers worried. No gimmicks necessary, in our opinion. A creamy to runny interior with a rind as tender and fine as any Brie. Read More
  2. Harbison Quick View

    Cellars at Jasper Hill

    The baby of the Jasper Hill family, born from the marriage between Winnemere and Moses Sleeper. A cradle of spruce bark imparts a pine-y flavor to the oozy, floral paste. Read More
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    Consider Bardwell Farm

    Plump as a Dorset milkmaid, but New England style: toothsome, pungent and easy to enjoy, ideally with porter. Read More
  4. Sottocenere Quick View


    A heady mix of flavors in this unusual, semi-soft cheese from the Veneto in Italy: truffles in the pasteurized cow milk paste; ground nutmeg, coriander, cinnamon, licorice, cloves, and fennel on the ashed rind. (Hint: ''sotto cenere'' means ''under ash.'') Read More
  5. Tete de Moine Quick View

    Tete de Moine

    If you have a Girolle, you too can shave ''the monk's head.'' A strong raw cow's milk cheese from the Jura Mountains, assertively fruity and full-bodied. Read More
  6. Brie Fermier Quick View

    Brie Fermier

    Made at the ''Farm of rejuvenation'' in Northern France, this brie is the best we've found yet. Mushroomy and fungal, gooey and creamy, you'll get hints of fresh shucked oysters and a tiny bit of iron.We think we're in love. Read More

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