Appenzeller is a medium-hard cheese with a maturation period of between three to six months. It is during this time that the cheese is rubbed with aromatics: the herbs seep through the rind to give Appenzeller its incomparable flavor. A wonderful addition to any cheese platter, this cheese will be appreciated by lovers of fine food. The delicious herb-infused light taste renders Appenzeller ideal for cooking with and it is a cheese that melts well. Appenzeller can be appreciated as a simple dessert and is the perfect companion to crisp, sharp fruit, such as apples.
Cahill Porter Cheddar
Marion Cahill made Irish Plain Porter Cheese from pasteurized cow's milk and Guinness-brewer Porter since 1759. It is blended to create a visually dramatic mosaic pattern which is the most attractive part of the cheese other than its flavor. The flavors of this brown waxed gourmet cheese are full, rich, tangy, and chocolaty with a pungent finish. It goes perfectly as the Hors D’Oeuvre when sliced and served with salad. This cheese can also be served grilled. Pair Irish Porter with a chilled pint of Guinness stout or Irish porter.
Ilchester Cranberry Stilton
Crumbly fresh White Stilton is blended with the great taste of succulent cranberry for a rich and fruity flavor. A sweet and crumbly cheese that is perfectly matched with a glass of Riesling. Serve on biscuits for a sweet taste sensation.