Gourmet Melting Cheese

Browse our great selection of Gourmet Melting Cheeses. A melting cheese is considered, obviously, a cheese that lends itself easily for melting. It is a cheese that does not necessarily require grating or shredding to create a luscious, creamy golden layer on your dish or to create a nice sauce. There are basically two type of melting cheeses: stretchy and stringy melting cheeses and smooth and flowing melting cheeses. Mozzarella and Provolone are well-known stringers and Fontina and Raclette are well-known smooth flowing cheeses. Try them in your lasagnas, fondues, quesadillas and other recipes and let us know what you think by giving us your opinion in a product review.

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Our Featured Gourmet Melting Cheese
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This Fondue is a blend of Swiss cheeses, wine and kirsch; it is made from a combination of Gruyere and Emmental cheeses, Emmi Fondue is a deliciously simple and tasty treat. Heat Emmi Cheese Fondue in the traditional fondue pot, or any other pot for that matter, it is already blended and ready to warm. Heat until bubbly and you will have creamy, cheesy bliss in just moments. This is an ambient product so no need to refrigerate it and has a long shelf life, so a great standby for unexpected guests. Cheese fondue is perfect for read more...
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  • The name Raclette means 'scraper' and refers to a group of gourmet cheeses which are melted to make a traditional Swiss dish of the same name. These are mountain cheeses made originally in the Vallais region but are now produced throughout Switzerland. The French also produce a fine Raclette. The texture of this Raclette, made from pasteurized part-skim cow's milk is smooth and melts easily. The a... read more
  • Raclette may be the world's most famous melting cheese, and it is made in the Savoie region of the Alps, in Switzerland and in France. Our French version is made of raw cow's milk and matured for at least 5 months in respect of the French cheese tradition. It is during this long ripening period that the flavor and excellent melting qualities develop. Raclette has a semi-soft interior dotted with s... read more
  • This Fondue is a blend of Swiss cheeses, wine and kirsch; it is made from a combination of Gruyere and Emmental cheeses, Emmi Fondue is a deliciously simple and tasty treat. Heat Emmi Cheese Fondue in the traditional fondue pot, or any other pot for that matter, it is already blended and ready to warm. Heat until bubbly and you will have creamy, cheesy bliss in just moments. This is an ambient pro... read more
  • At Roth Kase they are still crafting thru Alpine cheesemaking methods along with Southern Wisconsin terroire and Gran Cru Original is a prime example. To make this award-winning cheese imported copper vats are used to transform fresh milk from family farms into this American artisanal cheese. This cheese used to be called Gruyere Grand Cru, but in recognition of Swiss AOC rules, Roth Cheese droppe... read more
  • Appenzeller is originally made in the Swiss mountainous canton of Appenzell near the Austrian border. This cheese is a Swiss classic, a semi-hard alpine cheese with a light tan color and a slightly pungent aroma; the cheese is washed with a special mixture of herbs, wine and salt. Appenzeller is made with raw milk from brown Swiss cows that graze on the rich pasture of the alpine mountains. The go... read more
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