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    Quote Originally Posted by TheItalian View Post
    This stuff is my crack. I always get it when I'm at Sea-Tac.

    Gonna have to give it a shot. Looks like packing peanuts, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Irelentless View Post
    Bulgarian feta cheese mmmm

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    Some of my favorite cheeses

    Comte , Roquefort from France
    Stilton from UK
    Parmiggiano, Pecorino from Italy
    Haloumi from Cyprus
    Manouri and Feta from Greece

    Feta in Greece is not like just a cheese. You eat it everyday with your food for lunch and dinner.
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    My new love: Kaltbach Alpine Extra Tastey.



    Are you ready for our strongest character? Developed to our perfection, this is our pride and joy:

    KALTBACH Extra Tasty, our hard cheese with the strong character,it is ripened to perfection in our cave under expert supervision. Produced with care to a traditional recipe from our cave-master using fresh raw milk, KALTBACH Extra Tasty is a winner with its strongly tangy aroma and its harmonious flavour.

    A true delicacy that demonstrates maturity and stands out from similar cheeses for more than just its dark brown rind.


    Kaltbach -- Switzerland

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    ^Will have to try this.

    Got these two this weekend. Nothing fancy, but 2 of my favourite.

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    Point Reyes Blue Cheese...not sure if available anywhere outside of NorCal, f'ing amazing.

    Humboldt Fog Blue cheese...Same as above

    Tillamook Extra Sharp Cheddar...should be available nationwide, and is one of the best 'off-the-shelf' sharp cheddars

    Bellavitano New Glarus Raspberry Ale Soaked Cheese....my wife brought this home after a girls trip to Carmel, one of the best cheeses I've had in my life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpecB View Post
    ...not sure if available anywhere outside of NorCal, f'ing amazing.

    Humboldt Fog Blue cheese...Same as above
    + some honey comb = amazing
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    Robusto Cheesse - A super nutty, sweet, bitter, crunchy and crumbly Dutch cheese with an oily texture. I'll just say this: If I had to choose between sex and Robusto I would seriously have to give it a little thought. Yes it's THAT GOOD. Eat it at room temperature.


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    Jarlsberg Swiss. The local shop has a Norwegian brand that I cannot recall, but it is superb.
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    The brown cheese from Norway suits my taste well. I am not really a fan of the savory ones.

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