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****no longer available**** Red Hot Dutch

The addition of dried red hot chili peppers provides a nice flavor contrast to the mild and creamy flavor of this Edam.

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Rembrandt Extra Aged Gouda

This Gouda is aged for one year minimum on wooden shelves. With a slightly crumbly texture and a tangy flavor, it has a peppery-whiskey flavored finish. Valiant and daring, fashioned to emote the eponymous intrepid painter!

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Roomkaas

A cream-added Gouda-style cheese with a semi-soft, pale yellow interior. Its name literally translates to “cream cheese”, though it does not resemble what we Americans classify as cream cheese. It is rich in flavor and has a texture which melts in the mouth.

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Smoked Gouda Log

A smoked processed cheese from Holland. The texture is creamy and the flavor is mild with a hint of smoke. A favorite on sandwiches, in bread recipes with cracked pepper and as a snack.

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Vincent Aged Gouda

This award-winning Gouda is aged for five months and has a flavor balance of piquant and sweet caramel notes.

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****No Longer Available**** Gouda Very Aged Minimum 4 year – Pittig

The toffee notes and caramel flavor of this amber colored cheese exemplify what the aging process can do to enhance the agreeable flavors of a young Gouda, and provide the characteristics of a fine, aged Holland Gouda.

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****No Longer Available**** Uniekaas Reserve

A crowd pleasing Gouda, aged for a minimum of 18 months. Its flavors are intense, robust, and earthy with notes of nuts and caramel. The tyrosine crystals add a nice crunch to every bite.

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Cablanca – Goat Gouda

This cheese has a delicate, citrus tanginess, milky sweetness and firm, but creamy, texture. It is perfect in salads, melted on toast or tossed with cooked vegetables.

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Da Vinci

Delicious olives, basil, and garlic give this cheese an unmistakable Mediterranean flavor. A wonderful snacking cheese and also great on pizza and sandwiches.

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Edam Ball

Edam is one of the most famous Dutch cheeses, traditionally produced in a ball shape.  It is named after the small Dutch town of Edam where it was first produced. Now produced all over Holland, Edam is a young, mild cheese that is somewhat spicier than mild Gouda.

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