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Comte’ 1/8 Wheel Triangle Cut AOC

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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Comte’ 1/4 Wheel AOC

Smooth, pale, golden paste with scarce eyes. Comte has nutty, fruity, and toffee notes. This cheese cubes, shreds, and slices well. A great melting cheese and perfect for a classic fondue.

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Comte’ Wheel AOC

Smooth, pale, golden paste with scarce eyes. Comte has nutty, fruity, and toffee notes. This cheese cubes, shreds, and slices well. A great melting cheese and perfect for a classic fondue. Also available in 1/4 and 1/8 wheels.

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Chevrot

Le Chevrot is a crottin- (krah-TAHN) style cheese, which describes a small, cylindrical cheese made from goat’s milk. Some say that the name, crottin, was derived from the small clay oil lamp used by goat herders to light their barns. Others claim that the name comes from the French word referring to a lump of dung, or the appearance the crottin takes on once it is very aged....

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Chaumes

Launched in 1971, Chaumes is a relatively new cheese. A Trappist-style, washed rind cow’s milk cheese, Chaumes is a mild flavored and supple with a distinct orange rind. Chaumes is a good introduction into washed rind cheeses before moving on to more assertive ones like Munster. This cheese melts beautifully. Try it in polenta or grits.

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Butter w/Sea Salt – Isigny

This pasteurized butter, recognized for its high quality, comes from the best grasslands of the Norman grove and pastures (called Bocage Normand). It is exceptionally rich in carotenoids which give the natural buttercup color. Notes of hazlenuts and sweet cream are present in its flavor. One of the few butters granted AOC status.

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Butter Rolls Unsalted – Isigny

This pasteurized butter, recognized for its high quality, comes from the best grasslands of the Norman grove and pastures (called Bocage Normand). It is exceptionally rich in carotenoids which give the natural buttercup color. Notes of hazlenuts and sweet cream are present in its flavor. One of the few butters granted AOC status.

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Butter Unsalted – President

A sweet, creamy butter from the butter region of France-Normandy. Lactic starters are added to the cream before churning, which enhances the natural flavor of the butter. Use unsalted butter for baking and pastries; you will surely notice the difference.

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***NO LONGER AVAILABLE*** Bucheron – Din Goat Log

Bucheron has an ivory-colored paste surrounded by a bloomy white rind. It is chalky and dense on the interior, and has a thin layer of creamy cheese just below the rind. The flavor is mildly goaty when it is young, and develops a sharper and more goaty flavor as it ages. Bucheron means “logger” in French.

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Brie 3-Kilo 60%-Le Chatelain

This brie has a bloomy rind and a creamy interior. The interior becomes runny with age and the odor tends to be more pungent, unlike other mass produced factory bries. It is buttery and creamy but has earthy and mushroomy tones in the finish.

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