Ewephoria Sheep Gouda
The punny name that only makes sense in English should give it away; this cheese was invented for the American market's infamous sweet tooth. Presumptuous - if only the butterscotch sweet, nutty result wasn't so gosh darn successful. And there's an upside to a focused market; the single producer of pasteurized milk is much smaller than most export sources - the farmer's wife posits that the sheep 'eat better than her children' on lush pasture surrounded by a nature preserve. The crunchy stuff makes a blissful snack with drinks like Sherry or Porter and is delicious melted on pies or dessert breads.