This cheese platter of international cheeses include some of the country’s most cheese-making tradition. Thus we find the Swiss Appenzeller cheese, French cheese Beaufort, English Cheddar cheese farm, the truffle Holland Gouda cheese or Italian Latteria al Tartuffo. A significant sample of some of the best European cheeses.
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This table of artisan cheeses from all over Europe contains the following :
A table to enjoy the European flavors, the aromas of truffles, the cured and cured cheeses less. A rich set of artisan cheeses.
Cheddar Cheese, Farm fresh and artisanal, produced with raw cow's milk in Somerset farms. It's an aged cheese with strong flavor that is pleasantly surprising. It's aged for 11 to 18 months. Served in wedges of 250 grs. approximately.
Cheese produced with raw cow's milk to which the famous Italian truffle is added. It is matured by the famous cheese master Luigi Guffanti. The taste is delicious and brings to mind milk and cream perfumed with truffle. Cured a minimum of 60 days. It comes in wedges of 300 grs.
The truffled Gouda cheese is one of the most appreciated specialties within the Dutch cheeses. At the own virtues of Gouda, the unmistakable aroma of truffles is added to form a unique product. An exclusive and limited production cheese that now can be bought in Al Queso . It is served in cubes of about 330 - 350 grams.
This exquisite cheese cured with Protected Designation of Origin, matures in Savoy and it is the French response to Gruyère cheese. The paste of Beaufort is pressed and cooked, it is smooth and firm, but soft, with true eyes, and the rind is natural, brushed, fine and dark yellow. Family of gruyerés is the most fragrant, creamy, fruity and slightly nutty...
The Appenzeller is a Swiss specialty , whose production dates back to the Middle Ages. The technique used for manufacturing is what gives it that unique and distinctive flavor, the Appenzeller. During the three months of maturation, the bark is regularly smeared with brine herbs, whose recipe is kept secret. The result is milky cheese curds, tasty,...
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