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Roquefort Papillon

Papillon Roquefort is made to strict A.O.C conditions. The mould harvested yearly from Rye bread gives the cheese its distinct texture unlike Roquefort made from liquid culture. Unpasteurised ewe’s milk is heated then the rennet is added before being cultured with penicillium roqueforti spores. After the mandatory draining in which the cheeses are turned five times a day, they...

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SUPREME BRIE BITES

If you thought snack bites only came in cheddar and hard cheeses, you’re wrong! These cute little brie bites are great for a quick snack or for party appetizers.

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Barnier Preserved Lemon Slices

Sliced for simplicity in the kitchen, our bright preserved lemons are the perfect way to add floral, tart flavor to a host of salads, tagines, stews and even grilled fish.

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Soumaintrain Berthaut

Soumaintrain is a farmhouse French cheese made with cow’s milk in the Burgundy region of France. The soft paste has a distinct pungent yet sweet and creamy flavour resulting from numerous washings with a solution of brine and Marc de Bourgogne. The quantity of Marc de Bourgogne is increased during the maturation period until the cheese develops an excellent orange colored,...

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Chablochon Chabert

Le Chablochon is made by Fruitères Chabert, a third generation family owned creamery founded in 1936. They use milk from neighboring dairies in the Savoie region, ensuring freshness and quality. Chablochon was inspired by the classic Reblochon de Savoie. The thin orange rind encapsulates a rich, soft, sticky paste. Flavors are buttery with subtle notes of grass and hay.

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Comté Single Dairy Les Fins 15-21 months

Fruitière Les Fins is a large co-op of producers and dairies that produce about 65 wheels of Comté per day! They’ve worked with their affineur Rivoire Jacquemin for about 60 years, creating a symbiotic partnership. The Comté wheels are aged on spruce slabs and rubbed with hand harvested Guérande and Noirmoutier salts. At around 15-21 months they develop flavors of dried...

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Comté Single Dairy Gillois 6 – 10 months

Fruitières Gillois is nestled in the Natural Park of Haut-Jura, just next to the Switzerland border. The cows graze on a pasture full of various flora, most notably wild cumin. Instead of the traditional milking parlor, the dairymen at Gillois go out to the pasture to milk the cows. Once the cheese is formed, and approved by master cheesemaker Benoît Sigonney, it gets sent off to...

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Cowgirl Creamery – Clabbered Cottage Cheese

Produced in Cowgirl’s brand-new facility in Petaluma, California, this line maintains the high quality standards Cowgirl has set for the past 20 years, but along a simpler set of products. While Cowgirl has made these cheeses on and off over the years, they only began doing so earnestly over the last year and a half. To start, they’ve only been distributing these cheeses...

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Le Petit Fromager

A mini version of the beloved Fromager d’Affinois double crème brie. The paste is rich, smooth, and creamy. The rind is thin and unassuming allowing for the flavors of buttery cream to dominate. The small format makes it perfect for small cheese plates or gift baskets. —– Fromager d’Affinois goes through a special step called ultrafiltration. While traditionally rennet is...

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Tomme Saint Georges

This washed rind, sheep’s milk cheese has been one of our staff favorites this year. Named after the town where it is made in the Midi-Pyrenees region of France, Tomme Saint Georges strikes us as a cross between a traditional tomme and a sheep’s milk alpine. The paste is moist and creamy, and the flavor starts with toasty bread notes and finishes richly with notes of sweet...

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