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  1. Cave Aged Rupert Quick View

    Consider Bardwell Farm

    Vermont ain't the Alps, but their Alpines ain't shabby. Try Rupert-a golden-yellow wheel with deep, round flavor followed by a hint o'butterscotch.
    2011 American Cheese Society Winner Read More
  2. Cave Aged Emmenthaler Swiss Quick View

    Emmenthaler Swiss

    My, what big eyes you have. That's what the holes in real Swiss mountain cheese are called. And this is as real as it comes. Get melting. Read More
  3. Cave Aged Caerphilly Quick View

    Westcombe Dairy

    Caerphilly, carefully. Known primarily as the grub of Welsh coalminers, this cheese has also long been made in England’s West Country by the Ducketts of Somerset, whose own production of this noble wheel began three generations ago with the raw milk from their herd of Friesian cows. Read More
  4. Pawlet Quick View

    Consider Bardwell Farm

    Pawlet’s a town that brings Americans slate, syrup and timber and-- even better-- Pawlet’s a cheese that’s delivers just as eclectic and delightful a mix. Hailing from Consider Bardwell, a farm that straddles Vermont’s picturesque Champlain Valley and New York’s agri-centric Washington County, Pawlet tastes of grassy barnyard, cultured butter, and fresh-from-the-oven 7-grain bread loaves. Read More
  5. Cave Aged Tarentaise Quick View

    Spring Brook Farms

    A do-gooder in inspiration: Abondance. A do-gooder in society: produced on a farm that gives city kids a rural experience. A do-gooder in taste: spicy with a pineapply finish that's perfect with Gamay Beaujolais.
    2014American Cheese Society Winner! Read More
  6. Fourme d'Ambert Quick View

    Fourme d'Ambert

    This cheese is in rare Fourme. Time in our caves yields a sweet, super-creamy bite that will convert even the staunchest blue cheese hater. Read More
  7. Salva Cremasco Quick View

    Salva Cremasco

    A cheese cube that doesn't come in your grocer's fridge section. A natural, earthy rind gives it that herbaceous kick, and we age it to develop the milky undertones. Read More

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