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Isigny Bio Butter

This organic butter is made with high quality cream from farms that are Agriculture Biologique certified, which is the French equivalent of being organically certified.

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Comté 12 Month Arnaud Wheel

The flavors of Arnaud Comté start from the meadows of the Haute Jura, a wildlife national park just on the border of Switzerland. The cows graze on 1,500 different species of wild flowers. The milk is collected by numerous small dairies, and after the wheels are formed, they are transferred to the affineurs at the Charles Arnaud cellars. The cellars are almost two football fields...

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Comté 12 Month Arnaud Quarter Wheels

The flavors of Arnaud Comté start from the meadows of the Haute Jura, a wildlife national park just on the border of Switzerland. The cows graze on 1,500 different species of wild flowers. The milk is collected by numerous small dairies, and after the wheels are formed, they are transferred to the affineurs at the Charles Arnaud cellars. The cellars are almost two football fields...

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Truffle Fromager d’Affinois

Fromager d’Affinois is made by ultra-filtration, a relatively modern process that claims a very high percentage of nutrients and butterfat from the milk during the making of the cheese. This ultra-filtration gives the cheese a silky/satin texture that many consumers really like. In addition, the cheese has a clean, rich, and creamy taste. The cheese is covered with shaved black...

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****No Longer Available**** Prince La Fontaine

Prince La Fontaine is a rich and buttery French triple crème cheese with an edible bloomy crust. It pairs well with Champagne or a rich, dark berry over-toned Syrah.

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Bayonne 12 Month Ham

Somewhat analogous to Prosciutto di Parma and Serrano, differing microclimates, feed, and aging processes produce similar yet distinct flavor profiles for the three. Bayonne ham is generally sweeter and less salty than its Italian and Spanish cousins

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Pont l’Eveque Graindorge

Pont L’Eveque has been made in Normandy since at least the 12th century, and was allegedly first made by Cistercian monks.  Originally known as “cherub”, it later took the name “augelot”, it then acquired the name of the village around which its production was centered. Under its yellow washed rind, lies a blonde, soft textured paste. Styled without being too strong...

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****Temporarily Not Available**** Cremeux de Bourgogne Mini

One of the smallest family producers in Bourgogne perfected this modern twist on a classic French Triple Crème in 2005. Cremeux marries the silky texture of Brillat-Savarin with the useful format and durability of retail favorite Delice de Bourgogne. A true cheesemongers Triple-Crème.

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Goat Camembert – le Jouvenceau Ferme de Jouvence

Imported from Ferme de Jouvence, translated as “Farm of Rejuventation”, a small farmstead dairy located near Versailles, France, this irresistibly creamy Goat Camembert is tangy with a mild goatiness and a smooth buttery finish.  The cheese is soft but not runny, surrounded by a delicate bloomy rind.

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Brie Fermier Ferme de Jouvance

Brie Fermier is assertive, complex and unforgettable. Our staff praised its buttery texture, oozy at the rind with a firmer center that softens and runs as it reaches peak ripeness. The sweet cream and button mushroom flavors characteristic of a well-made brie are deepened by a distinct vegetal note, with hints of asparagus, broccoli and tomato. The thin but toothy rind adds a...

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