Blue

  • Huntsman

    Huntsman Huntsman is the marriage of two delicious British classics; Double Gloucester (similar to a cheddar) and Blue Stilton.   Brought together through a complex layering process the crumbly but biting Blue Stilton is sandwiched between an exterior of mellow Double Gloucester. The result is an excellent flavor combination that is as delicious as it […]

  • Gorgonzola Mountain

    Italy’s famous Gorgonzola is made in two styles; Dolce is sweet and creamy while this ‘mountain’ variety offers some bite buried in dense, milky paste.  Not as sharp as Roquefort or as pungent as Stilton, Mountain Gorgonzola is a consistently delightful cheese that will convert even non-blue cheese eaters into fans.  Moutain Gorg embodies the spicy, earthy […]

  • Gorgonzola Dolce

    Gorgonzola Dolce “The Sweet One”.  In Italy this is sometimes known as Cremifacato or Dolcelatte. It is made from cows milk and is mild, creamy and sweet.  This is the younger version of aged Gorgonzola and is most loved for its soft, spreadable texture.  Gorgonzola Dolce has a thin fragile rind, the paste is white […]

  • Buttermilk Blue

    Buttermilk Blue This is a very, very good Wisconsin blue cheese.  The interior paste of Buttermilk Blue is ivory-colored with blue-gray veins and pockets that stops short of the edge of the cheese. Aromas are pronounced, with notes of buttermilk and blue mold. Flavors near the rind are fairly salty. The cheese has rich, creamlike flavors […]

  • Blue Castello

    Blue Castello This brie-like blue cheese from Denmark is now made by Danish owned factory in the United States. Blue Castello is richer than its cousin, Saga Blue, which is also made in the United States. It is a perfect blue for those who like a little blue flavor without being blown away.