Firm Texture Gourmet Cheese

Our Featured Firm Texture Gourmet Cheese
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Browse our great selection of Firm Texture Gourmet Cheese. Firm cheeses become harder and more concentrated with age. Firm cheeses have a lower moisture content than the softer cheeses as they lose as much as 15% of their weight as they age, which deepens their flavor. Many firm cheeses are made in the mountain regions. Try them and let us know what you think by giving us your opinion in a product review.

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  • Cheshire cheese has a loose and crumbly texture, much more friable and moist than many other firm cheeses. The cheese has a mild and lightly salty taste which is attributed to the salty soil of the Cheshire plain. Mature cheeses acquire more piquancy with age. Cheshire could be England's oldest cheese. It was mentioned in the Domesday Book and its origins go back to Roman times. We cut and wrap th... 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
  • Cablanca is an excellent 'entry level' goat's milk cheese if you want to try something different but are not so sure about the usually assertive taste of traditional goat cheese. Cablanca has the characteristic of goat milk but is milder than traditional unpasteurized goat's milk cheeses. This cheese has a delicate, citrus tanginess and firm but creamy texture and a snow-white color. This gourmet ... MORE INFORMATION
  • Dubliner is an Irish specialty cheese with a distinctive mature rounded flavor and a natural hint of sweetness achieved by combining a secret recipe and the skills of the Kerrygold master cheese maker. The cheese is typically matured over 12 months. Dubliner is a robust, aged cow's milk cheese with a texture similar to a Cheddar. In one bite you can taste the diversity of flavors - from nutty to s... MORE INFORMATION
  • Irish Cheddar Cheese with Porter Beer is made from pasteurized cow's milk and is considered a vegetarian cheese because a vegetable rennet is used. It goes without saying that a dark beer is an appropriate accompaniment. Most of you will know this type of cheddar as 'Cahills Porter'. The blending of cheddar with porter is both striking to the eye and easy on the palate. Pebble-size curds are veine... MORE INFORMATION
  • The official name of this cheese is Leicestershire; in short Aged Red Leicester Cheese. A buttered, cloth-bound British cheese that is matured for 6 months, producing a flaky, open texture cheese with a slightly sweet, caramelized flavor and rich golden orange color. It is the only pasteurized Red Leicester produced in the county of Leicestershire by the Long Clawson Dairy, also known for the maki... MORE INFORMATION
  • For many of us wine and cheese seems a logical combination, and so did Celtic Cheese. This Ardagh Cheddar Cheese with Red Wine offers that combination; an adventurous red waxed Irish cheddar cheese, veined with red wine. This gourmet cheese has a sharp taste and you will clearly taste the presence of red wine. Serve this Irish cheese with some Port Wine and some crackers or rustic bread. We cut an... MORE INFORMATION
  • Its undeniable, the Dutch make great cheese and this Reypenaer cheese is no exception. Despite the fact that you may not yet have heard the name 'Reypenaer' (pronounced: ray-pen-are), it is arguably one of the top Dutch cheeses around. This artisanal masterpiece is carefully matured for about 1 year, one year less than the Reypenaer VSOP. The complex and concentrated taste that is known to be Reyp... MORE INFORMATION
  • Collier's powerful cheddar is a tribute to the men who mined coal in South Wales during the 19th and 20th centuries. The miners were called colliers, and their work was hard and dangerous. For these men, cheese was a staple of their diet, and made for a welcome midday meal that sustained them underground. Wales is one of the 4 countries within the United Kingdom and is situated at the western part... MORE INFORMATION
  • Stripey Jack cheese is like a potpourri of traditional English cheeses; Red Leicester, Double Gloucester, Lancashire, Cheddar and Cheshire are combined in five different layers that make up one cheese. This gourmet cheese is very decorative and the flavors of the cheese blend very nicely together.  Stripey Jack is a very versatile cheese that will be appreciate by many as it has a taste every... MORE INFORMATION
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