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Brenta

Brenta

This Cheese takes its name from the river Brenta that runs through Trentino Alto-Adige and the Veneto region to the Adriatic Sea..........
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Camembert de Normandie

Camembert de Normandie

Cow’s milk, pasteurised (non A.O.C.) and unpasteurised (A.O.C.); soft-ripened edible blomy rind...
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Caerphilly

Caerphilly

Cow’s milk cheese available in both pasteurised and unpasteurised versions; semi-hard-presses curd, natural brushed rind which is inedi...
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Cabrales

Cabrales

A mixture of goat's cow's and sheeps milk, pasteurised and unpasteurised (artisanal) versions available........
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Brie de Meaux

Brie de Meaux

French cheese's king of kings.Since the middle ages this cheese has captured the hears of all those who have experienced its outstandin...
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Bleu Des Causses

Bleu Des Causses

Bleu Des Causses A close cousin to Roquefort, the Bleu des Causses is matured for 3 to 6 weeks in the natural caves of the Gorges du Ta...
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