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  • Florette

    This goat cheese from the Guilloteau family of cheeses continues to round out their impeccable line of soft ripened selections. Besides its unique octagonal shape it is also unique in that it very rarely develops a sharpness that is a potential downfall In a goats milk brie style cheese. Instead, it is characterized by subtle, delicate flavors with a slight goat cheese aroma. The texture is satisfyingly creamy and spreadable. This is a must for any goat cheese lover

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  • Bonifaz Yogurt

    Only the finest cows milk from the surrounding alpine region of the Chiemgau and Berchtesgaden, famous for its clean, pure air and untouched, preserved land is good enough for Bergaders cheese specialties, such as Bavaria Blu and the Bonifaz line.pWhat does Bonifaz mean? The name Bonifatius dates back to the 7th Century. It means good doer or man of good deeds bonigood; facereto do, latin language, also friend of peace old german language. A well-chosen name for a good cheese with integrity.pbBonifaz Yogurt/bDelicate single crme soft ripened with live yogurt cultures. These live active cultures may offer positive health benefits such as easier digestibility and enhanced calcium absorption. The live yogurt cultures are not only good for you, but give this cheese a delightful slightly sour and refreshing taste.

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  • Saint Paulin

    Saint Paulin is a traditional monastery cheese. Made of raw milk, it has a mild sweet flavor. The texture is semi-soft and The rind carefully washed with brine over time.

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  • Epoisses de Bourgogne AOC

    Epoisses de Bourgogne is a famous cheese, well known to any well traveled cheese enthusiast. The texture can be very runny and it might be wise to serve this sinful cheese with a spoon. The aroma is powerful and a good prelude to an outstanding flavor. Epoisses de Bourgogne is a favorite to most washed rind aficionados.

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  • Port Salut

    Also called Port du Salut, this rich, savory cheese was originally made by Trappist monks in Entrammes, France. Lactic bacteria is used in production, which gives the cheese a acidity to complement its mild taste. It is shaped in thick wheels with a dense, pale yellow interior and an edible, bright orange rind. The Danish version is known as Esrom. Ours is made by S.A.F.R., one of the best and most authentic Port du Saluts. This supple cheese is popular for breakfast and snacking, especially with fruit, and goes well with rye bread.

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