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Swiss & Nutty

Swiss & Nutty

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  1. Gruyere Quick View


    It’s been around since the 13th century—one taste and you’ll join its ranks of admirers. While traditional Gruyere may age anywhere from six months to three years, Murray’s carefully selects special wheels with incredible aging potential that we finish in our own caves for a full twelve-month maturation. Read More
  2. Challerhocker Quick View


    NEW! Translating to ''sitting in the cellar'', Challerhocker is washed in wine and spices and then aged for a minimum of 10 months, providing a remarkable depth of flavor. Read More
  3. Etivaz Quick View


    37 Alps, 37 producers, 1 seasonal, traditional cheese made over open fires. Love Gruyere? Prepare for your next obsession. Read More
  4. Bio Urchruter Quick View

    Bio Urchruter

    In the Swiss Alps just west of Zurich, we found your new favorite after-work-beer-in-hand cheese! Made with raw, organic cows’ milk by master cheesemaker Sepp Brullisauer and his team, there’s a magic blend of grassy, herbal flavors and Alpine cheeses’ signature nuttiness. Bio Urchruter makes a complex addition to dishes like fondue and mac and cheese, and can also pair with dried cherries and spiced nuts on a cheese plate. Read More
  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. Appenzeller Käserei Tufertsch Quick View

    Appenzeller Käserei Tufertsch

    We’ve fallen head over wheels for this absolutely superlative Alpine treasure. Redolent of toasted hazelnuts and baked custard, with flavors of caramelized shallots and savory herbs, this is hands-down the best Appenzeller we’ve ever tasted. Read More

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