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Sid Wainer & Son® Traditional Award Winner Cheese Selection
Traditional Award Winner Cheese Selection, Serves 38, 2.5 oz portions
Each of these award-winning cheeses is made with expertise and care. Our cheesemakers use only the freshest milk available to handcraft their artisanal products. Traditional European techniques are used to make these timeless classics.
L'essence du Fromage® Alexandra Traditional Manchego Cheese, 1/4 lb Wheel, approx. 2 lbs. - Manchego is Spain's most desirable cheese. Produced in La Mancha, Spain, our D.O.P. Manchego cheese is made only from raw Manchega sheep's milk. This cheese is a richly flavored, semi-firm paste cheese that is aged eight months in natural caves. It is creamy, nutty and slightly piquant and has a distinct thin rind with a herringbone design.
L'essence du Fromage® Coulommiers, 17 oz. Wheel - The recipe for Coulommiers dates back to the turn of the 19th century. L'essence du Fromage Coulommiers® is produced for Sid Wainer & Son® in the Seine-et-Marne department of France. This lesser known cousin of Brie is known for traditionally being smaller (but a bit taller) than most Bries. Coulommiers is made using pasteurized cow's milk and aged for two weeks. Coulommiers has a thick, creamy texture with a rich, buttery flavor when fully ripe.
Jansal Valley® New England Herbed Goat Cheese, 2 x 5 oz. - This cheese is another creation of our proud New England artisan. Handcrafted 100% fresh goat's milk cheese sprinkled with herbs. Created exclusively for Sid Wainer & Son®, our goat cheese is an award winner within the United States.
Kilchurn Estate® Double Gloucester with Stilton, 1/4 Wheel Cut, approx. 2.5 lbs. - Almost three hundred years later, and it's still Britain's favorite cheese! Our Kilchurn Estate® Stilton is the very best. It is a creamy, ivory milk cheese with a hued, unique flavor and texture. Delicate blue veins radiate from the center of this pasteurized cow's milk cheese. Our Stilton matures for eight months. It is lighter than Gorgonzola and richer than Danish Blue Cheese.