Afuega'l pitu is an unpasteurised cow's milk cheese from Asturias (Spain). The name comes from its tendency to stick to a person's palate ("pitu"). It is considered to be one of the oldest Spanish cheeses. There are two varieties: normally white (blanco), and red (rojo) that is added paprika (pimentón) and/or cayenne pepper. It also comes in soft and semi-hard varieties depending on the duration of curing.
Stilton this king of all cheese. a cow's milk blue cheese from England. This is England's only name protected cheese. This pasteurized blue is full flavored, rich with a firm yet crumbly texture. Its blue veins speckle from a natural, crinkly brown crust.
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Garlic and Chive Cheese is a fresh, pressed cheese. It can be made and eaten in the same day. It slices very nicely and makes a great addition to any cheese tray. The cheese has a sweet, milky taste. It’s delicious as is or with crackers.
It had been a long time since we tasted a new Parmigiano Reggiano that impressed us. Most leave us flat compared to our tried-and-true "Top Grade" varieties. This new Solo di Bruna Reggiano not only impressed us, frankly it blew us away. Over 350 factories in Emilia-Romagna produces Parmigiano-Reggiano DOP cheese, but only a handful make it exclusively from the milk of the Italian Brown cow, known as the Solo di Bruna it Italy.