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  1. Valdeon Quick View

    Valdeon

    $18.99/LB
    This intense blue is made with a seasonal mixture of cow and goat's milk, then wrapped in either oak or sycamore leaves. A triumphant choice if you love dense blue veining and a perfect balance of salt and spice. Read More
  2. 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
  3. Bleu d'Auvergne Quick View

    Bleu d'Auvergne

    $17.99/LB
    A medium-strength, versatile blue we think of as Roquefort's nemesis. Made in a similar style, but with raw cow's milk, the sliceable paste is mellow and meaty with the perfect balance of salt and spice. Read More
  4. Black River Blue Quick View

    North Hendren Cheese Cooperative
    Black River Blue

    $12.99/LB
    A classic American blue from the North Hendren Cheese Cooperative which has been making cheese for 80 years. The recipe for this blue is well-guarded, and for good reason! The texture is slightly softer than butter- a nice creamy backdrop for the bright blue flavor. Read More
  5. Gorgonzola Mountain Quick View

    Gorgonzola Mountain

    $19.99/LB
    Here it is! The spicy, dense and milky blue you require for that. . . cheese plate / salad / burger / cream sauce / pastry filling / wing dip / Sangiovese pairing. Circle one. This classic Gorgonzola is a natural choice. Read More
  6. Shropshire Blue Quick View

    Shropshire Blue

    $19.99/LB
    It looks like Stilton that fell into a vat of sunshine. This creamy, robust blue is made from pasteurized cow's milk in Nottinghamshire, England. A relatively recent addition to the Cheese Pantheon, it was invented by Mrs. Hutchison Smith in the 1970s. Read More

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