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Dalmatinac

Our second offering from producer Paška Sirana of Pag Island, Croatia, is a blend of 90% cow and 10% sheep’s milk. Dalmatinac is an approachable, crowd-pleasing cheese. The initial notes are that of the salty sea air, settling into flavors of butter, toast and herbs. Its finish is sweet and nutty.

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Burrata di Bufala

Delitia’s Burrata di Bufala is produced using pasteurized water buffalo milk from Cooperativa La Contadina in the Campania region of Italy. The cooperative collects milk from 20 local farms within 10 miles of the production facility and is delivered daily. Once the milk is received, the cheese is made within the same day. In turn, our exporter is timing these shipments to arrive...

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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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Quesuco Ahumado de Liebana DOP

Cheesemakers Juan Carlos and his wife Maria Carmen learned cheesemaking from the monks in Cóbreces, a famous cheesemaking area. They took that knowledge back to Camaleño, where with the help of their son and one other employee, make Quesuco Ahumado de Liebana. The cheese is traditionally smoked over juniper wood for 24-36hours. The smoking develops a rich woodsy flavor, while the...

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Blumenkaese

An alpine cheese covered with wildflowers from the meadows of Switzerland, this floral beauty isn’t just pretty on the outside, it’s packed with flavors of French onion soup and sweet carrots. Here is the long list of flowers and herbs that decorate the rind: winter savory, dill, garlic, caraway, lovage, marjoram, mint, leek, chive, parsley, juniper berries, onion, marigolds,...

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Lincolnshire Poacher 1/4 whls

Lincolnshire Poacher is made similar to traditional cheddar. It is matured for 14-24 months and although the taste varies with the seasons it usually has a distinctive fruity, nutty taste with a clean sweet finish. It has been described as sitting somewhere between the continental hard mountain cheeses (such as Comte) and traditional West Country Cheddar.

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Montgomery’s Cheddar 1/4 wheels

A very popular cheddar selected by Neal’s Yard Dairy. Produced within twenty miles of the town of Cheddar in the lush dairy land of Somerset. Montgomery’s Cheddar is dry and flaky with deep, rich, fruity, and savory flavors and an incredibly long finish.

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Bridgman Blue

Bridgman Blue is the newest cheese from Jasper Hill and springs from their new herd of goats on nearby Bridgman Hill Farm. Bridgman joins Eligo as the next mixed-milk cheese that Jasper Hill has developed and released. Made in a similar fashion to Bayley Hazen Blue, Bridgman Blue balances the fudgy and umami cow’s milk flavors that are present in Bayley, but adds a funky and...

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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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