Gourmet Blue Cheese

Our Featured Gourmet Blue Cheese
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Buttermilk Blue is one of the great big blue cheeses of the United States. The Roth Kase cheesemakers begin with the freshest raw milk from herds of predominantly Jersey cows. The homogenized raw milk is inoculated with a secret blend of cultures and cured for at least 2 months while being rotated regularly to insure a perfect cheese. The first cut of a Buttermilk Blue wheel reveals abundant yellowish-green veins that blossom quickly into deep royal blue. This gourmet cheese is creamy with evenly distributed blue veins and can compete with European blues on your cheese board. It received numerous awards in local and international competitions. We read more...
Browse our great selection of International and American Blue Cheese including French, Italian, English, Australian and the finest of American. We offer Roquefort, Roaring Forties Blue, Shropshire Blue, Maytag Blue, Crater Lake Blue, Cambozola and Blue Stilton and many others. Remember not all blue cheeses are the same, the variety and tastes can astound you, so explore our blue cheeses, we are confident there will be one or more blue cheeses that will intrigue your palate.

We will be adding exciting new Gourmet Blue Cheeses frequently, so come back soon!

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  • Cambozola® is a triple cream blue-veined cheese made in Germany by Kaserei Champignon. This gourmet cheese is perfect for those looking for a blue cheese that is neither pungent (like a Stilton), nor crumbly (like a Roquefort); it's a creamy combination of the white mold rind, like a Camembert with the blue veins like a Gorgonzola. A soft-ripened blue-veined cheese is also a great starting point t... read more
  • Cambozola Black Label® is a Masterpiece from the German company Käserei Champignon. This gourmet cheese is a triple cream soft-ripened blue cheese that is matured in special cold cellars (cold ripened). The cheese has a unique natural gray mold on the outside and an exquisite blue veining on the inside. The flavor can be characterized as nutty with a sweet note. Serve the Cambozola Black Label® wi... read more
  • Gabriel Coulet's Roquefort is a white and semi-soft cheese, elegantly garnished with green. This gourmet cheese is soft and delicate that received many medals, including Gold medals in 2004, 2005 and 2006 at the agricultural general show in Paris. The story of Gabriel Coulet begins in 1872, when Guilhaume Coulet began to dig a cellar under his residence of Roquefort with the intention of letting s... read more
  • Blue Stilton or just Stilton is England's only name-protected cheese. The name-control law stipulates that the cheese can only be manufactured in a specific area with milk from that area. Recipe and aging guidelines are laid down by the Stilton Cheese Makers' Association. The finished product is however not controlled and therefore Stilton's of various qualities can be found. The interior of our h... read more
  • Windsor Blue is the Supreme Champion of 2006 and was described by the judges as a creamy blue with a soft buttery texture and a silky smooth mouth feel. It has a unique blue culture that dissects the rich curd and combines to produce a delicate flavor that intensifies with aging. We cut and wrap the Windsor Blue in wedges of 8-ounces and 1 pound.... read more
  • Already in 1941 the Maytag Dairy Farms began producing world famous Blue Cheese in Iowa. Now several generations later the Maytag family is still producing the same high quality blue cheese as in the earlier 1900s. Maytag Blue is made with unpasteurized milk from Holstein cattle; the hand-made cheese is made in small batches and is aged for months in the Maytag curing caves. Maytag Blue Cheese i... read more
  • Two wonderful cheeses matched together in Huntsman; Double Gloucester and Blue Stilton. Three layers of a rich creamy flavor of the Double Gloucester hold two layers of a strong, richly veined Blue Stilton, resulting in a delicious and beautiful cheese - you will love this combination as it offers a little bit of both worlds. The two traditional cheeses are married together in a modern version of ... read more
  • Cashel Blue was the first Irish blue cheese, named after the Rock of Cashel overlooking the pastures close to the cheese farm of the family Grubb. This great gourmet cheese is wrapped in gold foil. Cashel Blue has a beige rind, which develops a pinkish cast as it matures, and the paste moves from firm to soft texture. At six weeks of age, when the cheese is first available in the shops, the ivory ... read more
  • Smokey Blue is the first smoked blue cheese, another first of Rogue Creamery (Oregon Blue was the first blue cheese made on the American West Coast). Smokey Blue is the cold smoked version of that Oregon Blue and is a very delicious and interesting blue cheese. The cheese is cold smoked for 16 hours with hazelnut shells; the result is a cheese that has a sweet flavor of caramel and hazelnuts that... read more
  • There are many tales about Gorgonzola cheese's origin. This great Italian gourmet cheese from Lombardy was simply known as 'stracchino' or 'stracchino verde' in the early twentieth century; an Italian gourmet cheese made from the milk of cattle tired from their long spring and fall treks to and from the Alpine pasture. As the cheese grew in popularity, a more specific name was needed and the choic... read more
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