Cow's Milk Gourmet Cheese

Our Featured Cow's Milk Gourmet Cheese
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Browse our selection of Cow’s Milk Gourmet Cheeses. The first milk many think about when talking about cheese and indeed the largest variety of cheeses are made from cow’s milk. From soft to hard, from blue to fresh, from plain to flavored, from raw to pasteurized or any combination thereof most likely a gourmet cheese exists made from cow’s milk. Expand your experience and try a cheese you don’t know yet; there is so much to gain from a rich palate. Let us know what you think by giving us your opinion in a product review.

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  • Rich in flavor, texture and appearance that's Pierre Robert. A French gourmet cheese made with pasteurized cow's milk and enriched with cream. This soft-ripened cheese has a wonderful velvety white coat that speaks for itself. Pierre Robert is the older sibling of the Brillat-Savarin; this French just aged a little longer in the Rouzaire caves. When Pierre Robert is melting on your tongue you wil... MORE INFORMATION
  • Dutch Edam cheese is a true example of the renowned Dutch cheese making prowess. Known for its distinctive red wax coating, our imported Dutch Edam has a slightly spicy aroma and easy taste with a slightly salty flavor lingering on the palate. True Edam is made from partially skimmed, pasteurized milk and thus has a relatively low fat content. Named after the town of Edam in the north of the Nethe... MORE INFORMATION
  • Raclette is a wonderful melting cheese; and one of the cheeses that many people know when they think about Swiss cheese. Raclette means 'scraper' and refers the traditional Swiss dish with the same name. The texture of the Raclette cheese is very smooth, the aroma is characteristic of an alpine cheese and the taste is mild with a herbal, fruity tone. A gourmet cheese that works wonders when melted... MORE INFORMATION
  • What a wonderful cheese - Reypenaer V.S.O.P. is one of the hidden Dutch treasures - very hard to find in the Netherlands; most Dutch don't even know about the cheese, but in our opinion it is the best Gouda the Dutch ever made. This delicious gourmet cheese is matured for about 2 years and during that maturation sheds approximately 25% of its original weight. The cheese will show white spots on th... MORE INFORMATION
  • Old Amsterdam is a Dutch gourmet cheese that is ripened to perfection and regularly checked for flavor. It is a gourmet cheese of exceptionally high and consistent quality, with a buttery mature aged Gouda flavor that cuts with ease. Just like the famous wines of distinction, Old Amsterdam is now recognized with 'Premier Grand Cru Classe' and has won numerous European Gold Medals for gourmet chees... MORE INFORMATION
  • The Italian Bel Paese, made in the US, in relatively small disc-wheels. The paste has an ivory color with a few small holes. It is too firm to spread but a little too soft to slice well. It has a milky, buttery aroma and a gently buttery flavor with a slight tang to it. This mild gourmet cheese was created by the Galbani cheese family in the early part of the twentieth century to compete with the ... MORE INFORMATION
  • Port Salut is a traditional monastery cheese and is also known as Saint Paulin. Port Salut is a creamy, semi-soft cheese made from cow's milk. It usually has a wheel-shape. The thin, washed rind is smooth and leathery. It ranges in color from pale yellow to bright mandarin orange. It was the first French cheese produced from pasteurized milk. We cut and wrap this cheese in wedges of 8 ounces and ... MORE INFORMATION
  • The German company Kaserei Champignon makes a number of triple cream Brie-like cheeses. This Champignon Mushroom is an example; a gourmet soft-ripened cheese with small pieces of hand-picked mushrooms. This cheese will offer you a creamy flavor with a little zest of the mushrooms that makes it just a little different than a traditional triple cream, soft-ripened cheese. We cut and wrap this cheese... MORE INFORMATION
  • Cashel Blue was the first Irish blue cheese, named after the Rock of Cashel overlooking the pastures close to the cheese farm of the family Grubb. This great gourmet cheese is wrapped in gold foil. Cashel Blue has a beige rind, which develops a pinkish cast as it matures, and the paste moves from firm to soft texture. At six weeks of age, when the cheese is first available in the shops, the ivory ... MORE INFORMATION
  • This cheese is as rich as its color. Cotswold is a Double Gloucester with chopped onions and chives blended into the cheese. The color is yellow, almost orange and very smooth. The mellow flavor of the cheese is contrasted by the strong flavor of the chives and onions. Cotswold it often called a Pub Cheese and indeed it is a cheese that goes well with beer, served on toast or rustic bread. The fla... MORE INFORMATION