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Marisa

Over one hundred years old, Carr Valley Cheese Company is still going strong thanks to fourth generation cheesemaker Sid Cook. You can’t go to a cheese shop in Wisconsin without running into a Carr Valley cheese. Sid is notorious for his playfulness and inventiveness in cheesemaking.  Marisa is a semi-firm sheep’s milk cheese named after Sid’s daughter. The flavors are...

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Seascape

Central Coast Creamery is located near California’s coast in Paso Robles. The area itself was once home to a number of dairies; however, during the 1970s these independent farms lost their steam and were extinct by the end of the decade. Armed with 25 years of experience in the industry, Reggie Jones and his wife Kellie started the creamery hoping to rejuvenate the once...

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Dream Weaver

What do you get when a financial services executive and a chef buy a farm in rural Maryland? A creamery of course! Mike Koch and his chef husband Pablo Solanet didn’t have any cheesemaking experience, but they quickly learned by attending classes at University of Wisconsin at Madison. Following cheese legends like Mary Keehn at Cypress Grove and Judy Schad at Capriole, they...

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Firefly Farms Merry Goat Round Spruce Reserve

What do you get when a financial services executive and a chef buy a farm in rural Maryland? A creamery of course! Mike Koch and his chef husband Pablo Solanet didn’t have any cheesemaking experience, but they quickly learned by attending classes at University of Wisconsin at Madison. Following cheese legends like Mary Keehn at Cypress Grove and Judy Schad at Capriole, they...

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Firefly Farms Cabra La Mancha

What do you get when a financial services executive and a chef buy a farm in rural Maryland? A creamery of course! Mike Koch and his chef husband Pablo Solanet didn’t have any cheesemaking experience, but they quickly learned by attending classes at University of Wisconsin at Madison. Following cheese legends like Mary Keehn at Cypress Grove and Judy Schad at Capriole, they...

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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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Youngsters Baby Swiss

As its name suggests, Baby Swiss is simply a smaller version of Swiss. Beacuse of its size, it is not aged quite as long. The resulting flavors are lighter, slightly sweeter but still finishes with the nutty characteristic typical of Swiss cheese.

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Rosemary Valencia Almonds Mitica

Valencia almonds are a bit larger than Marconas with a firmer texture. These sweet almonds are flavored with Rosemary.

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Shredded Alpine Blend

If you want fondue that will stretch and ooze, this is the cheese blend for you. The mix of premium alpine cheeses are designed to be the perfect balance for melting or sprinkling on your favorite dish. The Raclette gives the blend that elastic ooey consistency when melted, while the Gruyère adds depth and flavor. The Emmentaler and Mountain Cheese balances out the funky qualities...

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Gran Capitan Curado

Love Manchego but want to try something different? Gran Capitan Curado may be your answer. Made with 50% cow’s milk and 50% sheep’s milk, this cheese has notes of olive oil, hay, and a pleasant lemony tang. The addition of cow’s milk balances out the funky barnyard flavors of sheep’s milk, while creating a creamier texture than your typical Manchego. It’s made in...

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