Semi Hard Cheese
Semi-hard (or semi-firm) cheeses usually become crumblier and more pungent as they age, but while young they are firm and flavorful. While semi-soft cheeses are moist and creamy, semi-hard cheeses tend to be on the drier side, but not hard and crumbly, just firm. Semi-hard or semi-firm cheeses tend to melt quite easily, just like semi-soft cheeses, and have milder flavors. Prime examples include some our customer's favorite cheese: Cheddar, Asiago, Cantal, Comte, Edam, Gruyere, Idiazabal, Jarlsberg, Mahon and Manchego.
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