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Greek Myzithra
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    Also known as Mitzithra, this is a ewe’s milk cheese made from whey of Feta and Kefalotyri. Ours is an aged Myzithra by Mt. Vikos, shaped like an ostrich egg, and is firm and pungent. Myzithra has a nutty flavor and a cottony texture.

    Beverage to accompany: Unassuming sweet wines
    Quantity: .45 lb Portion
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     Istara AOC

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    This is a wonderful version of the traditional Ossau-Iraty-Brebis from the Rigal Family of cheeses. It has a dense, semi-firm texture sometimes broken with a few thing fissures or holes but otherwise compact. The flavor is refined and ballanced -- aromatic herbaceaous and fruity qualities with a buttery rich finish. This cheese is similar in style to an Etorki but has much more character and complexity largely due to its AOC status. Anyone who enjoys sheep cheese will quickly become an addict.

    Beverage to accompany: Full bodied, fruity reds
    Quantity: .475 lb Portion
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     Italian Romano Pecorino

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    Pecorino is one of the world's oldest cheeses, being, as it was, produced in the early Roman Empire, 'Pecorino' denoting sheep's milk and 'Romano' being an indication of it's ancient localle of production. This is the favorite grating cheese of southern itally. It is made from raw ewe's milk, and aged at least 6 months. The granular paste is usually compact, has tiny pores and is white or straw-yellow in color. The crust is smooth and straw-yellow or more or less intense brown in color. The cheese has a fragrant aroma and is usually piquant in flavor.

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    Quantity: 1/2 lb Portion
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     Le Berger Basque

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    This raw sheep's milk cheese is definitely a little Basque treasure, about as rustic as a cheese can get. The natural rind betrays many of the good things that these lucky sheep are eating. The various molds point to a varied diet of herbs, grasses and other good nibbles. In particular, the prevalence of the rust colored mold on the rind may indicate a high content of carotene in their diet. The interior is firm and dense. It melts on the tongue with fabulous complexity, all at once nutty, sweet, herbaceaous and sheepy.

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    Quantity: 2.2 lb Piece
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     Parmesan

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    Named after an area in Italy, Parma Parmesan is one of the world's most popular and widely-enjoyed cheeses. Milk used for Parmesan is heated and curdled in copper containers but not before most of the milk's cream has been separated and removed. Curd is cut and then heated to 125 degrees F, all the while stirring the curd to encourage whey runoff. The curd is further cooked at temperatures of up to 131 degrees F, then pressed in cheesecloth-lined moulds. After two days, the cheeses are removed and salted in brine for a month, then allowed to mature for up to two years in very humid conditions.

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    Quantity: 1/2 lb Portion
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     Swiss Gruyere

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    This extra special delicacy from the Gruyere district of Switzerland is well known as the basic ingredient in fondue. But with its delightfully nutty, spicy, full flavor, it is delicious as a table cheese as well. We say it is grand because a whole wheel of Gruyere weighs about 80 pounds. In fact, it takes over 100 gallons of milk to make a single wheel of Gruyere!

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     Tete De Moine

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    Tete de Moine is an old monastery-style mountain cheese whose name translates to 'monk's head'. Traditionally it is sliced horizontally with a girolle to create ruffled, very thin rosettes. Once the top part of the rind is taken off, it resembles the balk top of a monk's head. The firm, dense texture, though not dry, makes it perfect for paper-thin slices. The flavor can range from very fruity and rich to pungent and very sharp.

    Beverage to accompany: Big reds; Beer, ale, porter, stout.
    Quantity: 2 lb Wheel
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     Tomme de Savoie

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    The Savoie region on the eastern boarder with Switzerland is well known for Tomme-style cheeses. The word tomme referes simply to a wheel of cheese. There are many tomme in the world also spelled tome, in Italy toma or tuma. Usually, the res of the name included the village or region around which the cheese is made as in Tomme de Savoie. It is aged to exhibit a natural fuzzy, gray-brown rind that is inedible. The interior is a buttery color with manhy small eyes or holes. The flavor is nutty, earthy, ans sometimes grassy. As a simple, rustic cheese it certainly holds its own.

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    Quantity: 4 lb Wheel
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  • CheeseByMail.com - Extensive collection of imported and domestic cheeses cut to order. Also gift baskets and gourmet items. Photos and detailed product information.
  • The Christian Cheese Store - Cheese made by German Mennonites. Buy curds, blocks, or horns of white, yellow, or jalepeno cheddar.
  • The Creamery at Washington State University - Produces Cheddar and Viking flavored cheeses packaged in cans. Also offers a monthly club membership. Lists nutritional information and ideas for using the empty cans.
  • Crowley Cheese - Cheese made with hormone-free raw milk from Vermont dairy farms.
  • DiBruno Bros. House of Cheese - Over 400 cheeses from around the world and other gourmet items.
  • Durrett Cheese Sales - Retail and commercial cheese distributor in Murfreesboro, Tennessee: cheeses and gift baskets.
  • Eichten's Hidden Acres - Quality European cheese and Buffalo products.
  • Fagundes Old World Cheese - Gift boxes of raw cow milk cheeses aged 60 days. Milk has no artificial hormones, rBST or BGH.
  • Fiscalini Farmstead Cheese - Offers hand-crafted, artisan cheeses. Explains the difference between a "Farmstead" Cheese and ordinary cheese. Includes option to order online.
  • France Gourmet.com - French cheeses, Poilâne bread, and gourmet wines. International shipping available from France.
  • Frankenmuth Cheese House - Cheese spreads and cheddar curds, plus imported, diet, and even chocolate cheese.
  • Fromages.com - French cheeses. Also provides recipes, articles, club, encyclopedia, books, festivals and links.
  • Gestam B.V. - Dutch manufacturer of Edam and Gouda cheese and cheese products.
  • Glengarry Cheesemaking and Dairy Supply - Provides equipment, supplies and accessories for making cheese.
  • Goat Cheese Dairy - Family owned and operated Goat Dairy specializing in Feta, Chevre and Blue goat cheese. Located in the Finger Lakes of New York.
  • Grafton Village Cheese Company - Handcrafted cheddar from Grafton, Vermont. Also sells Vermont maple syrup.
  • Greci's - International sales of wedges or wheels of Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese from Italy.
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  • Henri Willig - Gouda, goat, sheep and smoked cheese made at Holland cheese farm. Also sells cheese slicers and graters.
  • Hilmar Cheese Company - Producer of Monterey Jack, Colby, and mild cheddar cheeses utilizing Jersey milk.
  • Ideal Cheese Shop - New York based shop offering a large selection of imported and domestic cheeses. Toll-free telephone ordering, ships in continental USA.
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  • La Ferme d' Acadie - Specializes in contemporary Acadian, hand made cheese in Nova Scotia.
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  • Llangloffan Farmhouse Cheese - Pembrokeshire producers of Welsh farmhouse cheese sold by mail order and retailers world-wide.
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  • Quickes Traditional Cheese - Handmade cheddar cheese from Devon, southwest England.
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  • Roth Kase USA Ltd. - Makers of award winning specialty cheeses such as Grand Cru Gruyere, Raclette, Homestead, Buttermilk Blue, Mezzaluna Fontina, and Landhaus Butterkase.
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  • World of Cheese - Specialty and farmstead cheeses from North America and Europe can be purchased from this online cheese store.
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