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.

We will be adding exciting new Semi-Soft Texture Gourmet Cheeses frequently, so come back soon!

Our Featured Semi-Soft Texture Gourmet Cheese
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Cambozola Black Label is a Masterpiece from the German company Kaserei Champignon. This gourmet cheese is a triple cream soft-ripened blue cheese that is matured in special cold cellars (cold ripened). The cheese has a unique natural gray mold on the outside and an exquisite blue veining on the inside. The flavor can be characterized as nutty with a sweet note. Serve the Cambozola Black Label with a good glass of wine and enjoy. We hand-cut and wrap this cheese in wedges of 1 pound and 8 ounces. If you would like to order an entire wheel of approx. 4.4 pounds, please contact use by email or phone. read more...
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  • Cotswold is a Double Gloucester with chopped onions and chives blended into the cheese. Cotswold is a region in Southwestern England. The Cotswold cheese is also just called 'Double Gloucester with Chives' or 'Pub Cheese'. It is a smooth, cheddar-like cheese with chives and onions. In the pub it is usually served with toast or rustic bread. The mellow cheese with the strong flavors of the chives a... read more
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