German Cheese

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This is a Bavarian original - made according to a recipe from Trappist Monks who developed this cheese in the Abbey of Rotthalmunster. It's named after Basil Weixler, who established a dairy in 1902 to make this cheese - the Bergader Private... read more
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Butterkase (Butter Cheese) is a rindless cheese that indeed looks like a big piece of butter, and is meant to taste like one too. The cheese is made by the German company Bauer, a company that was founded in 1887 by Franz Bauer and today the... read more
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Cambozola Black Label is a masterpiece from the German creamery Kaserei Champignon. This is a triple cream soft-ripened blue cheese that is matured in special cold cellars. If a very creamy brie and a blue cheese had a baby, you'd get... read more
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The producers of Cambozola and Cambozola Black Label have created another blue cheese called Grand Noir. This elegant blue is hand-dipped in black wax then cold-ripened for eight weeks. The secret to Grand Noir's quality is superior milk and... read more
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Limburger has a smelly past. But to clarify, it's only the rind that gives Limburger its reputation as a 'stinker.' Limburger was originally created by Belgian Trappist monks in the monasteries near Limburg in Belgium. A hundred years ago the... read more
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Rougette is an interesting German cheese. It is a triple-cream, soft ripened cheese with a washed rind. The cheese looks like wearing two coats, a red coat that is covered with a white coat. Quite interesting on a cheese board. The cheese has a... read more