What is Prairie Breeze cheese?

Prairie Breeze™ is Milton Creamery’s twist on a well-aged white cheddar style cheese, aged for a minimum of 9 months, made with vegetarian rennet and no added color.

Where is Prairie Breeze from?

Milton, Iowa
Milton Creamery is family-owned and operated by a Mennonite family in Milton, Iowa. This award-winning cheese is made from milk on Amish farms within 30 miles of the facility.

Is Prairie Breeze pasteurized?

Made with pasteurized cow milk by Milton Creamery in Milton, Iowa. Made using sweeter cultures not traditional for cheddars, this cheese is a bit of a twist on a typical sharp cheddar. The sharpness is there, but there’s also a pronounced sweet nuttiness that makes it a definite crowd pleaser.

What is Red Rock cheese?

Red Rock cheese is an American original: A cave-aged cheddar with a hint of blue. It is creamy and slice-able, and is named for the local stone that surrounds the room in which it is aged. Red Rock is colored with twice the amount of annatto as a traditional Wisconsin cheddar and aged between 3-6 months.

What is Cumberland cheese?

Tasting notes: Cumberland is a simple yet flavorful Tomme-style natural rind cheese with a smooth semi-firm texture. Aroma of earthy dried leaves and a palette of fruity, tangy cultured buttermilk and sweet hay, its versatility and approachable flavor make it equally at home in the kitchen and on the table.

What is Grand Cru Surchoix?

Grand Cru Surchoix is an Alpine-style, washed-rind, raw cow’s milk cheese. Handmade in small batches in Wisconsin its recipe is similar to that of the Swiss Le Gruyere. The name “Surchoix” means that this batch of cheese is a cut above the rest.

What is in Jarlsberg cheese?

Jarlsberg® Original block: Pasteurised cow’s milk, microbial enzyme (rennet), salt, bacterial culture. 27 % fat (fat in dry matter 45 %).

Is Swiss the same as Gruyere?

Swiss and Gruyere cheeses both have a mild, nutty and slightly sweet flavor that becomes more intense with age. In general, Gruyere has a stronger flavor than Swiss, but this difference might be mitigated by age differences. American Swiss cheese is typically less flavorful than Emmental.

What is Oveja cheese?

MitiCaña® de Oveja (Cana de Oveja) is a soft-ripened cheese made from pasteurized sheep’s milk in Murcia, Spain. This cheese produced by Forever Cheese and is similar to the French Bucheron. This creamy, gooey cheese has a bloomy rind with a flaky, crumbly texture with notes of tangy butter in the paste.

Is Grand Cru similar to Gruyere?

Grand Cru is an Alpine-style classic cheese, in the same category as the time-honored Gruyere. Grand Cru Surchoix is made with the freshest milk in imported copper vats and aged in Roth Cheese’s cellars for at least 4 months.