Of all the cheese the Netherlands produces, Gouda is the undisputed king. Indeed, Gouda accounts for over half of all cheese produced in Holland. There are plenty of styles, from young Gouda to aged Gouda, to smoked Gouda, and each one undergoes a few of the same steps. Gouda must have washed curds, be of circular shape, and soaked in a brine solution. These steps give Gouda its universal properties. After that, it’s a matter of aging (sometimes for just a couple months, sometimes for several years) to give each Gouda its individual flavor.

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Old Chatham Creamery 6 Month Gouda
Marieke Aged Gouda
Roomano Extra Aged Gouda
Boerenkaas Gouda
Two Sisters Isabella Aged Gouda
Maple Leaf Red Wax Gouda
Maple Leaf Smoked Gouda
Ewephoria Sheep Gouda
5 Spoke Creamery Harvest Moon
Murray's Honey Goat Gouda
Young Goat Gouda
Aged Goat Gouda