Cheese Lover’s Delight – Artisan Goat Milk Brie, Spicy Cow Milk Brie
Taking Care of your Cheese
These cheeses are best stored in the refrigerator. Plastic wrap the cheese tightly to keep the air off as they can dry out or grow mold. If you have a vacu seal this works best for resealing the cheese and storing them in the refrigerator. The brie is best stored in the paper in came in or a paper towel then covered with wax paper.
If you are doing a beer or wine pairing, these cheeses will make an awesome choice.
Cheddar / McIntosh – best served with an IPA (it really cuts back on the hoppy flavor of the beer. When combined the beer enhances the cheese flavor. As for wine we recommend a fruity champaign or a Sauvignon with a grapefruit subtlety, like Kim Crawford Sauvignon Blanc.
Smoked Gouda / Sandia Sunrise Smoked Gouda – pairs nicely with a stout or a red ale. I suggest topping a french onion soup or a grilled portabello mushroom and a slice of beef steak tomatoe.
Both cheeses make a great Mac & Cheese, Grilled Cheese Sandwich or top a nice toasty bread.
Valle Verde Triple Cream Style Brie / Sangre De Cristo Triple Cream Style Brie /Traditional Brie – pairs with most any beverage. It pairs nicely with ripened pairs, apples, cherries and cranberries. In its young stage it is easy to share by cutting it into wedges. As it ripens it becomes very silky and creamy. If you bake the brie it only take a few minutes. Have the bread near by when you cut it as it will run every where.
McIntosh 1/2 lb $16.00
Sandia Sunrise 1/2 lb $18.00
Traditional Brie 4 to 6 oz $18.00
Total = $78.00
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(Cows Milk) Cheddar, Smoked Gouda, Sangre De Cristo Chipotle Brie, (Cows Milk) Cheddar, Smoked Gouda, Valle Verde Green Chile Brie, (Goats Milk) McIntosh Cave Aged, Sandia Sunrise Smoked Gouda, Traditional Brie, Variety of Goat and Cows Milk Cheeses -whats in stock to fit profile