Mixed Milk Gourmet Cheese

Browse our selection of mixed milk cheeses. You will find combination of sheep’s and goat’s milk, sheep’s and cow’s milk, cow’s and goat’s milk or a combination of all three sheep’s, goat’s and cow’s milk. These cheeses are again available in hard, soft-ripened, blue cheeses; Feta may be the one most known, most eaten. Try some of the other lesser known varieties and let us know what you think by giving us your opinion in a product review.

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

Our Featured Mixed Milk Gourmet Cheese
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The cow's-goat's milk combination (80/20 blend) gives Echo Mountain Blue a clear, crisp, and complex flavor and the blue veins add a bold, earthy touch. This semi-soft cheese has a silky smooth mouth feel and a tangy finish. A Echo Mountain Blue Cheese is one of the many blues made by Rogue Creamery. This gourmet cheese consists read more...
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  • Gjetost is the cheese that is traditional in a Norwegian breakfast and this sweet red-orange gourmet cheese does have a presence. Gjetost is made from the whey, milk and goat's milk that is heated very slowly until the water has evaporated and the milk sugar forms a kind of brown caramelized paste. At this stage milk or cream may be added to change the fat content of the finished product. Produced... read more
  • Feta, surely the most well-known cheese of Greece. Its tradition travels over thousands of years. The milk used in making this Mt Vikos Feta is a blend of milk from free-ranging sheep and goats, grazing on the hillsides, eating wild grasses, herbs, wildflowers, and local vegetation. The animals do not get any antibiotics or hormones. The shepherds who tend the herds do the actual milking. The fres... read more
  • Halloumi is one of those things you need to try once. People who know Halloumi enjoy it on a regular basis, and we are Gourmet-Food.com are on the side of know it and love it. Halloumi is a regular in Mediterranean mesa; the cheese does not melt when you grill it, it becomes more compact, shows off the grilling marks wonderfully and depending on the accompaniment you can serve it as a savory appet... read more
  • Remember the Winter Olympic Games at Lillehammer, Norway in 1994, that was when Snofrisk was launched. Snofrisk means Snow Fresh. A perfectly white spreadable goat cheese, containing 80 percent goats milk and 20 percent of cow's milk cream and a pinch of salt. The added cow's cream will give the cheese its creamy consistency and mild taste. Snofrisk is an unripened cheese and packed in a triang... read more
  • Kunik; this cheese is unique in name and taste. It originates from a small farm by the name of Nettle Meadow in the Adirondacks. This farm is located in Thurman New York just below Crane Mountain. It is owned and operated by Lorraine Lambiase and Sheila Flanagan. Nettle Meadow is committed to the principles of natural ingredients, happy and healthy animals, and carefully hand-crafted artisan chees... read more
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