Cow Milk Cheese
Cow milk cheeses are as varied and rich as the producers who make them around the world. Starting with a base of rich, mild cow's milk, cheesemakers then let their imaginations lose to create cheeses that can be creamy and sweet or hard and salty, with everything in between. Depending on other ingredients added, cow milk cheeses is typically mild in flavor, but can range widely, so make sure to discover them all!
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A hard and pungent extra-aged Asiago cheese full of caramel flavors and a great sharpness.
A very popular blue cheese that is spicy and salty, with a fragrant hint of wild flowers.
Arguably the most popular of French cheeses, this Brie has a velvety taste and bears the AOC standard, undisputable mark of quality.
by Mon Sire
A creamy and supple texture, a subtle but wonderful flavor characterizes our Brie Mon Sire.
Soft triple crème cheese with a downy rind and subtle flavor.
A triple cream cow's milk cheese with sweet chunks of papaya fruit.
by Kaserei Champignon
This super creamy and mild is blue cheese is neither incredibly pungent like Stilton, nor crumbly like Roquefort, but very very creamy and just salty enough.
A lush, creamy and buttery cow's milk cheese, this Camembert from Normandy has a mild flavor that finishes smoothly on the palate.
A cheddar-like cheese from the Auverge region, with a mildly sharp taste and smooth texture.
Made by the biggest cheese making company in France, Chaumes is a very popular cheese with hints of nuts.
by Les 3 Comtois
This intriguing and wildly popular cheese (the most popular in France) has a unique salty-sweet flavor combination, with hazelnut overtones. Popularly used as a fondue cheese.
This cheese is part of the Brie family, and has a delicate hint of sweet almonds.
A decadent triple-cream cheese infused with fresh cream with an incredibly rich and soft texture that truly melts lushly in your mouth.
from United Kingdom
Lighter than Gorgonzola, richer than Danish Blue, this English Blue is just right.
An intense cow milk cheese, creamy and rubbed with Marc de Bourgogne.
from United States
by Fiscalini Farm
A delicious extra mature cheddar cheese from California.
Fol Epi is a very protein-rich cows milk cheese from the Loire Valley, delivering a slightly nut-flavored taste.
A firm and buttery cheese from Lombary, similar to Fontina.
by Val d'Aosta
The classic fondue cheese from the Aosta Valley of France.
A blue cheese from the Auvergne region of France.
by Mon Sire
This French Brie is a prized item for food lovers throughout France.
A creamier version of the supermarket aisle variety, this is milder and sweeter than other blue cheeses, perfect for the more sensitive palate.
For those who love their blue cheese strong, Gorgonzola Picante is the perfect blend of smooth and spicy.
A refined Italian DOP cheese, Grana Padano is hard and has a tangy, fruity flavor.
Similar to Parmigiano Reggiano; fine granular and creamy texture with a low fat content and light hay overtones.
The Swiss fondue cheese by excellence and tradition, this cave-aged Gruyere is nutty, rich and pleasantly spicy.
Mild cheese that resembles Emmentaler
and Gruyere in flavor and texture but has a splendidly sweet flavor with nutty notes and a fruity aftertaste. Easy to slice and melt.
A rare cheese sometimes compared to Epoisses, but much subtler; sweet with a potent smell, creamy texture and an
aftertaste of honey and truffles.