Semi-Firm Cheeses

What’s the difference between semi-firm and semi-soft cheeses? Not a whole lot--there’s no right answer for how to categorize cheese by texture, but we’ve rounded up the ones we think lean towards the firm end of the spectrum. Softer than the supple, elastic cheeses we love, but denser and more toothsome than some of the creamier, more gooey varieties, semi-firm cheeses fall into a category that encompasses all styles of flavors, milk type, and origin. Some of our favorite semi-firm stunners? Cavemaster originals like Vermatcha and Rose Hopper are at the top of our list.

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Vacherin Fribourgeois
Rogue Creamery Rogue River Blue
Vallee Brebidoux
3 Year Comté
Gruyere Alpage Moleson
White Truffle Moliterno
Lively Run Dairy Finger Lakes Gold
Lively Run Dairy Cayuga Blue
Jasper Hill Farm Whitney
Quicke's Mature Cheddar
$28.00/Lb $35.00/Lb
Blakesville Creamery Sunny Ridge
French Raclette