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  1. Cremeux de Bourgogne Quick View

    Cremeux de Bourgogne

    $17.99/LB
    Theres just too much heavenly triple-creme to contain within one fluffy white rind. The sweetest, creamiest cat in the case we dare you not to swoon. Read More
  2. Cave Aged Little Big Apple Quick View

    Murrays Cavemaster Reserve
    Little Big Apple

    $14.99/EA
    Our cavemaster starts with fluffy white rounds of buttery Organic Champlain Valley Triple Cream that have been aged to creamy perfection in our caves. Meanwhile, handpicked apple leaves from the orchards at Warwick Winery and Distillery are soaked in Apple Jack, a brandy from Black Dirt Distilling. Then bloomy each round is hand-wrapped and tied in place with a piece of twine. We age the cheese a few days more to let the brandy work its magic, resulting in a chic little package that’s full of BIG charisma and flavor. Read More
  3. Mozzarella di Bufala Quick View

    Mozzarella di Bufala

    $11.99/EA
    If fresh mozzarella is the cheese you can’t wait to take home to Mom, Mozzarella di Bufala is the one you’ll feel compelled to marry on the spot. Carefully crafted from the milk of water buffalo-- the richest milk in the cheesemaking arsenal, with more than twice as much butterfat as cow’s milk-- buffalo mozzarella is a gorgeous contradiction: at once feather-light and unmistakably rich, delicate and assertively full flavored, buttery, grassy and tangy all at once. Read More
  4. Cave Aged Sainte-Maure de Touraine Quick View

    Sainte-Maure de Touraine

    $18.99/EA
    Oh lovely lemony log, how I delight in your goaty goodness. How I exalt your herbal essence. How I adore your careful Murrays-aging of 2-4 weeks. Read More
  5. 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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