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Smoked & Flavored

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  1. Weinkase Lagrein Quick View

    Weinkase Lagrein

    Don't be duped by the name; in German it means 'wine cheese,' but this unusual tomme is actually from northern Italy. Soaked in Lagrein wine and spices, it's creamy, lightly peppery, and a bit garlicky; like super-fancy beef jerky. Read More
  2. Cave Aged The Other Stephen Quick View

    The Other Stephen

    We love St. Stephen. These heavenly little discs are 75% butterfat, with a decadent flavor profile that hits on notes of fresh cream and butter-soaked mushrooms. But this particular St. Stephen is no Saint – this one comes bathed in Short, Dark & Handsome, an American stout from Other Half Brewing in Brooklyn. At 7.00% ABV, the beer wash brings some rowdiness to the cheese, imparting notes of roasted coffee beans, dark cocoa, hops and flowers, with a nice salty finish that might just get you a little rowdy yourself. Read More
  3. 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
  4. Drunken Goat Quick View

    Drunken Goat

    Soon after it's made, this goat's milk cheese from Murcia, Spain is dunked in a barrel of Paso Doble red wine for a full 48 hours. The rind turns an appetizing shade of purple, while the interior remains a bright shade of white and gains a mild fruity flavor. Read More
  5. Queso Idiazabal Quick View

    Queso Idiazabal

    I love your animal nature, you gamy raw sheep milk cheese. Traditionally made in the Basque country, young wheels were hung in fireplaces to pick up a little smokiness. Read More
  6. Cabra Romero Quick View

    Cabra Romero

    What happens when you take a young and springy Spanish goat cheese and add a thick layer of Rosemary to the rind? You end up with the herbaceous treat that is Cabra Romero! Read More

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