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English Huntsman - Double Gloucester and Stilton
  • English Huntsman - Double Gloucester and Stilton
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    Hunstman is an English cheese, consisting of a layer of Stilton cheese between two layers of Double Gloucester cheese. The creamy, forceful Stilton is sandwiched between layers of mellow, satiny Double Gloucester. The result is an excellent flavor combination that is as delicious as it is beautiful. Our Hunstman is by Ford Farms of southern England, creators of tratitional farmhouse style cheeses. We also carry their Stilton and Double Gloucester each sold separately.

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     English Stilton

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    Stilton is named for the little village of Stilton, but is has never been made there. It was, however made nearby and is still made locally within the counties of Derbyshire, Leicestershire (now including Rutland), and Nottinghamshire. Known in Britain as the 'king of cheeses', Stilton has been protected by a copyright invested in the Stilton Cheese Makers' Association. There are currently five members of the association and one other producer. Stilton cheeses are drum shaped with a thick, hard, un-cracked crust, which is usually grayish brown and slightly wrinkled with whitish powdery patches. The paste is crumbly when young, softening and darkening at the rind as it matures. It is a lovely creamy ivory color with well spread blue veining growing from the center outward. The veining increases in area and turns a bright blue-green with maturity. The aroma is sharply nutty and the flavor is full of mellow nuts and fruit. The flavor strengthens as it matures. Stilton is not sold until it is at least three months old and a few cheeses are sold when they are more mature. The best Stilton, made from the summer milk, is in the shops from September to Christmas. The age at which Stilton should be eaten is very much a matter of personal preference. But much of the cheese sod in supermarkets is fairly immature. More mature cheeses are to be found in specialty cheese shops. Stilton is a good after dinner cheese. It was traditionally served with Port. At one time it was fashionable to slice the top off a whole cheese and to spoon or scoop out the past with a special scoop. Sometimes the cheese was also pierced with knitting needles and Port was poured over the cut surface and encouraged to penetrate into the cheese. Our Stilton comes from the incomparable Ford Farms, producers of artisan farmhouse style cheeses.

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    Quantity: .4 lb Portion
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     Fourme d'Ambert AOC

  • Fourme d'Ambert AOC
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    Traditionally this cheese was produced from milk only around the town of Ambert but now the AOC status includes the Montbrison region as well as others. The word fourme refers to the wooden mold or form that shapes the cheese into a small Cylindrical shape. It is a smooth, creamy cheese with sweet, fruity flavor.

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     Maytag Blue Cheese

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    Vegetarian, blue cheese of cylindrical shape made from cow's milk. It has been produced since 1920's when the Maytag's founded their family farm producing cheeses. This cheese is not produced in huge volumes as the cheesemakers want to keep the tradition of hand-made cheese and offer only best quality cheese to the customer. Maytag Blue has a crumbly texture and it reveals a very spicy flavor. The period of curing and maturing takes six months. Other cheeses from the production of Maytag Dairy Farm include White Cheddar and Edam. This cheese is used as a table cheese for dressings and salads.

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     Montagnolo

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    Montagnolo is a triple cream soft ripened blue cheese, carefully crafted by the master cheese makers of Kaserei Champignon in the alpine mountain region of Bavaria, Germany. The buttery texture and rich, piquant flavor intensifies as it ripens. This cheese was inspired by delicacies of the Renaissance and a time when cheese making was performed by cottages and families in this region.

    Beverage to accompany: Full bodied reds, Bordeaux, Pinot Noire; richly bouqueted whites.
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     Picon Cabrales

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    Cabrales cheese is a natural cheese made in the artisan tradition by rural dairy farmers. All the milk used in its production must come exclusively from herds raised in a small zone of production in northern Spain. Cabrales is aged from two to six months in natural caves in the mountains nearby. In these caves, the relative humidity is 90% and the temperature varies between 7° and 13° C (45° - 55° F). These conditions favor the development of penicillium molds, yielding veins of blue-greenish color. Cabrales is sharp and tangy, and even more so when made with mixed milks. Like Gorgonzola and Roquefort, it is a famous blue cheese whose name is often copied by inferior imitations.

    Beverage to accompany: Rich and fruity wines made with pears or apples
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     Rochebaron

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    Rochebaron is a wonderful alternative to many of the softer brie-blue combinations available. It is very striking in the case or on the cheeseboard with its soft, gooey texture, and blue veining outlined by the blue-gray color of the ashed rind. The flavor is complex and satisfying while being not too sharp or aggressive.

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     Roquefort Le Papillon AOC

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    Defined by its AOC status, the quality of Roquefort is never an issue. It dates back to 79 AD and by 1411, Charles VI granted the people of Roquefort the monopoly over ripening the cheese in their caves. It ws granted AOC in 1925, the first in France, and because of the demand allows the for use of milk from all over the Aquitaine, Languedoc, the Pyrenees, Provence and Corsica. However it may only be ripened in the natural caves of Mont Comblaou in the commune of Roquefort-sur-Soulzon. Affinage must be at least 3 months in the caves that are noted for the natural fissures known as fleurines that provide perfect ventilation, a temperature of about 50 degrees Celcius, and 95% humidity. The mold, Penicillium Roqueforti, must be made in France from traditional sources. Traditionally, wheat and rye breads were left to mold in the caves. When the bread is thorougly covered, the mold is dried and will be added to the curd. It also exists naturally in the caves and when the wind blows through the fleurines the spores fill the air. After cheese production the young cheese is transferred to the caves, pierced with needles and salted. The spore-laden air interacts witht he cheese encouraging the bloom of the Penicillium roqueforti mixed into the curds earlier. Soon they'll be placed on old oak planks for a minimum of 3 months. They are then wrapped in foil to eliminate air contact. Roquefort Papillon has a simultaneously creamy and crumbly texture and is mottled with fragrant, spicy blue mold. The flavor is sharp and salty with impeccable balance.

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     Roquefort Societe

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    Arguably the best blue cheese in the world, our Roquefort, cave-aged by the Societe fromagerie, is produced entirely from ewe’s milk that has been grazing on the vast plateaus of the Aveyron. The ripening of the cheeses is in the naturally damp caves found under the village of Roquefort-sur-Soulzon. The incomparable Societe are expert creators of cave-aged Roquefort http://www.roquefort-societe.com.

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     Royal Windsor Red

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    This stunning cheese by Clawson features layers of their famous Windsor Red, with prime Blue Stilton, long known as the King of Cheeses, sandwiched between. The name Royal Windsor Red, then, is only fitting for this fabulous savory combination. The marbled red color of the Windsor Red is produced by the addition of port and brandy to a pale cream cheddar cheese. Blue Stilton is one of a handful of British cheeses granted the status of a “protected designation origin” (PDO) by the European Commission. Only cheese produced in the three counties of Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire, and made according to a strict code, may be called Stilton. Royal Windsor Red is a masterpiece which could only be created by Clawson Dairy, one of the UK's most successful and progressive dairies, and a leading innovator and producer of blended cheeses.

    Beverage to accompany: Champagne, Port
    Quantity: 8 oz Piece
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