Gourmet Stinky Cheese

Browse our great selection of Gourmet Stinky Cheeses. Some people love them, some people hate them. It’s all about getting the cheese past your nose to experience the flavor and texture of the cheese. Many stinky cheeses have a washed-rind and if you like to pair these smelly creatures you can do that with a floral, sweet wine like a Riesling or Gewurtztraminer, a full-bodied red wine or try it with a beer, a Lambic. Consider it a dare. Try them and let us know what you think by giving us your opinion in a product review.

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

Our Featured Gourmet Stinky Cheese
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Epoisses is made in a small town in Burgundy, in France and is one of the great gourmet cheeses of France and of the world. Each gourmet cheese is covered in an edible reddish-brown coating, and underneath that coating is a creamy, soft, white interior with a daunting aroma that comes straight from the farm, often said it is a candidate for the top ten most pungent French cheeses. Epoisses is produced in small discs and is washed in Marc de Bourgogne as it ripens. The flavor is deliciously rustic but also creamy and refreshing with sour lemons lingering on the palate. Because of the strong flavor and aroma of this cheese, it is best served on its own, rather than used in cooking. Truly a great French gourmet cheese, Epoisses must rank high on your list of great French gourmet cheeses to be both savored and appreciated. read more...
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  • Limburger has a smelly past. But to clarify, it is this 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 recipe was adopted by the German cheesemakers and they made it their own. This is a pasteurized cow's milk cheese with an incredibly pungent aroma, however ther... read more
  • Epoisses is made in a small town in Burgundy, in France and is one of the great gourmet cheeses of France and of the world. Each gourmet cheese is covered in an edible reddish-brown coating, and underneath that coating is a creamy, soft, white interior with a daunting aroma that comes straight from the farm, often said it is a candidate for the top ten most pungent French cheeses. Epoisses is prod... read more
  • Grayson Cheese hails from a small family farm in Grayson, VA, dedicated to sustainable agricultural; using no pesticides or herbicides. Grayson is an artisanal cheese made using raw milk from the farms personal herd of Jersey cows. It begins with a washed rind, rust in color and somewhat sticky. The paste is golden and semi-soft. It has a pungent aroma with deep hearty, dare we say, meaty flavor ... read more
  • Grand Chimay used to be called Chimay Grand Cru and is made according to an ancient recipe, and produced from pasteurized cow's milk. This Belgian gourmet cheese is a kind of a acquired taste and not for a starting cheese explorer. The rind of this Belgian gourmet cheese is natural and sticky, the paste of the cheese is very soft and has a pure and mellow flavor, but you have to get it past you no... read more
  • Taleggio is a soft Italian gourmet cheese that is named after the valley of Taleggio, Val Taleggio, in the Bergamo Alps and dates back to even before the 10th or 20th century. This old cheese is considered a delicacy and can be served on its own with crackers or in dishes. Taleggio was recognized a DOP in 1996 and the supply of milk, the production, the ageing and packaging of this cheese are excl... read more
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