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4.4 lb Chimay Grand cru Wheel
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    Grand cru is a little bit stronger than the Classique due to different ferments. Its rind is a little bit darker and its texture a bit harder.

    Beverage to accompany: Chimay Red beer; heffe weizens; desert wines
    Quantity: 4.4 lb Wheel/P-23-818
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     4.5 lb Wheel Of Chimay Laves

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    This Trappist cheese comes to us from the Abbey of Chimay. It is washed with the well-known beer from Chimay giving it a characteristic aroma - the attributes of a pungent washed rind cheese filled out by the yeast and hops of a great beer. Despite being a washed rind cheese, it is gentle in flavor with a supple smooth texture.

    Beverage to accompany: Chimay Belgian beer; earthy red wines
    Quantity: 4.5 lb Wheel/P-23-201
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     6 lb Wheel Of Fromage de Meaux

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    Cheese dates back through legend to the 5th century. Charlemagne in 774 was said to love this now world-renowned cheese. Most Domestic Brie is factory made while fermier or farmhouse production tends to be named after the region in which it is made. There are two name controlled Brie types: Brie de Meaux and Brie de Melun. Both are raw milk according to their AOC Guidelines, which means we are not able to import them (FDA rules require that raw mild cheeses must be aged for at least 60 Days to be imported). The Fromage de Meaux is an acceptable substitute under the circumstances with flavor that is remarkably Close. The texture is soft and smooth while the flavor conveys more earth and richness than much milder Brie on the market. The wheel, packaged in a traditional wood box, is dramatic in display, as are the wedges on a cheeseboard. Want to start a Little smaller? Then try our Brie de Nangis.

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     6.6 lb Wheel Of Brie Isifrance

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    A well made, double crčme with great texture, stability and flavor. And the price makes it that much more attractive. As in All of its products, Isigny Ste Mere lets the quality of its milk shine. This Brie has a smooth texture and an appealing ivory Color.

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    Quantity: 3 kilo Wheel
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     7 lb Wheel Of Vieux Chimay

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    This is an aged cheese from the Abbey of Chimay made in a domed shape. It is a semi-firm textured cheese with mild, medium-aged gouda-style flavor. The coloring of the interior is a nice rosy-orange that provides good color and shape to a display and cheeseboard.

    Beverage to accompany: Chimay Red or White Beer; Chimay Grande Reserve
    Quantity: 7 lb Wheel/P-23-219
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     80 lb Wheel Comte AOC (Green Band)

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    This big wheel of cheese is also known as Gryere de Comte or French Gruyere. Originally, Gruyere was neither Swiss Nor French. The root of the word stems from Charlemagne's reign, inclusive of France, Switzerland and parts of Germany, where The forests were termed gruyeres. Wood from those forests fired the kettles for the cheese makers as they traded cheese for Firewood. Comte is aged 6 months to a year, whereas Swiss Gruyere is sometimes only aged for 3 months. It takes as many as 530 Liters of milk, which is about the daily production of 30 cows, all to make 1 wheel of Comte, which weighs approximately 80 pounds. The cheese is Regularly wiped and rubbed with brine to encourage the development of the rind mold. The eyes of the Comte are the result of Proper affinage and should be the size of a pea to a small cherry. If affinage is prolonged at too low of a temperature, the Result will be that no eyes form. The AOC designated regions include the Franche-Comte, eastern Burgundy, parts of Lorraine, Champagne and the Rhone-Alps. Comte is highly controlled for quality and 5% of the cheeses fail to meet AOC standards. The Flavor is complex, nutty and caramelized with a lingering but not sharp flavor.

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     9 Portion 1.6 lb Case Of St. Marcellin Earthware Crocks

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    Hailing from the Dauphine, between Provence and the southern Rhone, this splendid little soft-bodied cows milk cheese runs a gamut of flaves as it ages. When young it is mild with a yeasty flavor and slightly tart finish. If properly aged until it is runny and soupy the flavor is much more pronounced and pungent.

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     American Brie 50percent

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    Our 100% American brie is delicious substitute to French brie. It has a deliciously sweet and creamy taste. With a soft and spreadable texture, this cheese is addition. It is siold in a case containg 6 8 oz wheels.

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    Quantity: 6 8 oz Portion Case
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     Argentinian Reggianito

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    The vast grazing pastures of Argentina revealed themselves to be ideal for immigrant Italians wishing to produce Parmesian cheeses in the new world. Reggianito translates to little Reggiano, so called because instead of a massive 80 lb. drum, the Reggianito cheese is produced in 15 lb wheels. Reggianito is cured longer than any other South American hard cheese which enhances its flavor. This cheese tastes a little saltier than its namesake, but the white crystals in the Grana are not salt grains, they are due to the lactose in the milk which breaks down into free amino acids. This is why it has this lovely grainy texture. Reggianito is perfect for cooking or grating over pasta. A delightful alternative to traditional Italian Parmigiono-Reggiano.

    Beverage to accompany: Mild and sweet dessert wines
    Quantity: 1/2 lb Portion
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     Asadero

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    Asadero is a Mexican name of semi-soft, white, string-type, Hispanic-style cheese. This kind of cheese is used on sandwiches or melted on cooked foods, including pizza and nachos. It is a stretched curd cheese, kneaded then formed into a ball-shape which is plunged in brine for several minutes. It's name comes from the name of state in which it originates. It is a kind of pasta filata cheese and it is produced in different shapes and weights. This cheese belongs to the group of fromage forts cheeses made from mixed, fresh or riped cheese blended with herbs and spices.

    Beverage to accompany: Margaritas and other Mexican dinks
    Quantity: 12 oz Portion
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  • 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.
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