Hohlenkase (or Hoehlenkaese) is a nine-pound, cave-aged cheese along the lines of an aromatic Tilsit or especially robust Danbo. Also called Bauernhof, this cheese is aged in limestone caves over 100 feet below the surface of the earth, in the small Danish town called Monsted. This cheese enjoys the stable, year-round temperature of the cave and high humidity as it ages over several weeks. This strong and zesty-cheese is perfect for cubing for snacks, slicing for sandwiches, or melted over…

Hohlenkase (or Hoehlenkaese) is a nine-pound, cave-aged cheese along the lines of an aromatic Tilsit or especially robust Danbo. Also called Bauernhof, this cheese is aged in limestone caves over 100 feet below the surface of the earth, in the small Danish town called Monsted. This cheese enjoys the stable, year-round temperature of the cave and high humidity as it ages over several weeks. This strong and zesty-cheese is perfect for cubing for snacks, slicing for sandwiches, or melted over…

Diana Miller - Food & Drink Photography, Spotlight magazine - Production Paradise

Diana Miller - Food & Drink Photography, Spotlight magazine - Production Paradise

Landaff (Jasper Hill) Vermont, Cow, loamy and very edible

Landaff (Jasper Hill) Vermont, Cow, loamy and very edible

Authentic Beaufort d' Alpage Cheese (4lb cut) from France, ,

Authentic Beaufort d' Alpage Cheese (4lb cut) from France, ,

Raclette NYC - The Underground Gourmet finds the food "hearty and soothing and fairly transporting."

Raclette NYC - The Underground Gourmet finds the food "hearty and soothing and fairly transporting."

Bought as a gift - Hittisau, namesake cheese from producer Sennerai Hittisau in Bregenz Forest of Austria. A deep, slightly sweet flavor with occasional notes of hazelnuts.

Bought as a gift - Hittisau, namesake cheese from producer Sennerai Hittisau in Bregenz Forest of Austria. A deep, slightly sweet flavor with occasional notes of hazelnuts.

Authentic igourmet Brick Cheese (7.5 ounce), ,

Authentic igourmet Brick Cheese (7.5 ounce), ,

Beer Kaese Made in Monroe, Wisconsin, Beer Kaese is a robust and pungent American classic with a German/Swiss pedigree. Containing no beer, this cheese was registered in 1933 as a celebratory salute to the repeal of Prohibition, hence the name "Beer" Kaese. The unique flavor of Beer Kaese comes from aging. It is shelf-cured, resulting in an aromatic, golden yellow rind. Beer Kaese has an earthy, slightly tangy, full-bodied flavor which makes it an excellent pairing with rye or pumpernickel…

Beer Kaese Made in Monroe, Wisconsin, Beer Kaese is a robust and pungent American classic with a German/Swiss pedigree. Containing no beer, this cheese was registered in 1933 as a celebratory salute to the repeal of Prohibition, hence the name "Beer" Kaese. The unique flavor of Beer Kaese comes from aging. It is shelf-cured, resulting in an aromatic, golden yellow rind. Beer Kaese has an earthy, slightly tangy, full-bodied flavor which makes it an excellent pairing with rye or pumpernickel…

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