Saturday, March 19, 2016

Cheese features

Cheese features:  each store carries a different but equally exciting selection, check each store's selection and come in for some free tastes.  Only way to buy cheese!

Rock Hill location cheese feature:
Hostettler Fricalin from Switzerland
This unpasteurized cow’s milk cheese belongs to the family of Vacherin Fribourgeois. Washed and turned for the first 4 weeks then aged for 5 months in climate controlled caves. Crunchy, hearty flavors of salt, broth, slightly sweet finish.

New Ballas location cheese feature
Milton Creamery Prairie Breeze Cheddar
Prairie Breeze™ is our twist on a well-aged white Cheddar style cheese, aged for a minimum of 9 month, made with Vegetarian Rennet and no added color.

Sweeter than your typical cheddar with lots of flavor, crumbly yet creamy with a little crunch from the calcium crystals developed during the aging process.

Try it grated on a salad, in soup, in Mac & Cheese, on a Panini sandwich, with apple pie, your favorite chocolate chip cookie or on a multi grain cracker.

Try some Sweet Sophie Bourbon Barrel Aged Maple Syrup on top!

Ballwin Location cheese feature...
Stilton Blue Cheese - The King of the Blues
Only six dairies, located in the three counties of Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire, are licensed to produce Blue Stilton - the King of English cheeses. Both White Stilton and Blue Stilton are protected by a Certification Trade Mark and EU Protected Designation of Origin (PDO). All six dairies are licensed to produce both Blue Stilton and White Stilton cheese. Long Clawson Dairy Limited founded in 1911, Clawson is one of the oldest and most successful farmers' co-operatives in the UK. Based in Leicestershire's beautiful Vale of Belvoir, the company's state-of-the-art cheesemaking plants benefit from a program of on-going innovation, investment in people and technology, hygiene control, training and efficiency. All are dedicated to bringing the best quality cheeses and specialities to a discerning public.

Forsyth location cheese feature:
Two of the greatest products of Normandy come together....Camembert and Calvados!
Graindorge Camembert Au Calvados Cheese
Country of Origin: France
Region: Normandy
Milk Type: Pastuerized Cow
Flavor Profile: Apples, mushrooms, and cream.
One of France’s most famous cheeses, Camembert is a bloomy rind, cow’s milk cheese from the northern region of Normandy. This version gets a Calvados bath (lucky!). The legendary apple-brandy infuses the cheese with a warm apple-ey flavor and aroma. Perfect for baking en croute, and delicious eaten with Minnesota grown apples.

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