Semi-Soft Texture Gourmet Cheese

Browse our great selection of Semi-Soft Gourmet Cheese. Semi-soft or semi-firm is a category of cheeses that are harder than soft, but softer than firm. They have matured some, lost some moisture, but are still sliceable if you prefer. Try them and let us know what you think by giving us your opinion in a product review.

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Our Featured Semi-Soft Texture Gourmet Cheese
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The St. Peter sandstone caves are located in Faribault, MN and it is in these caves that St. Pete's Select Blue cheese is aged for a minimum of 100 days. It is obvious that this raw cow's milk cheese is named after these caves. The caves are ideal for aging cheese; water can freely move vertically and horizontally, without dripping from the cave ceilings and the inside shape is a Gothic arch, ideal for containing the humidity. St. Pete's Select Blue Cheese is the company's signature blue cheese. This gourmet cheese is only made in limited quantities. St. Pete's Select was awarded Best of Class at the 2013 US Championship Cheese Contest. St. Pete's read more...
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