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Gouda extra old 36 months – 200g

$90

You have probably tasted or seen younger versions of Gouda that come encased in red wax and cellophane.These mild cheeses may be great for kids, but we’d like to introduce you to the more sophisticated and elaborate flavor of Aged Gouda (36 months old). This amber-colored, very hard cow’s milk cheese, is one of Holland’s best kept secrets. It has a fragrant scotch-whiskey type of aroma with a flavor that is both sharp and sweet at the same time. The rind varies in color from black to burnt orange and the deeply complex flavor will bring to mind thoughts of caramel, molten honey, and butterscotch. This cheese is only available at real cheese mongers.

Origin: Netherland

Slice of 200g

Best before: 1 week after the delivery

Trappe D’ecourgnac- 300g

$177

Produced at the Abbaye Notre-Dame de Bonne Espérance (our Lady of Good Hope) in the Dordogne, near Double in France, Trappe Echourgnac is made from pasteurized cow’s milk. The Abbey produces two versions of the cheese; a traditional recipe based on Port Salut and a newer version of the same cheese but washed with walnut liqueur (pictured). The Abbey was founded in 1852 by monks who came from the Abbey of Port Hi Mayenne, bringing with them the recipe for Port Salut. As they established their new monastery and, driven by their mission to help the people of Double, the monks created a cheesemaking facility and purchased milk from neighboring farms. In addition they worked with the farmers to improve milk quality by enhancing breeding programs, sanitation procedures and working to produce better grazing. Using this milk, the monks produced Echourgnac until 1910 when production ceased for a few years. However, in 1923 the Abbey was taken over by nuns who have continued the cheesemaking tradition by producing Echourgnac and, in 1999, also introducing a variation of the cheese washed with walnut liqueur. The liqueur is sourced from nearby Périgord, an area famous for its nut groves and also home to a distillery, known for its production of nut liqueurs. This newer version of Echourgnac has proved so popular that in 2003 years the nuns decided to share the recipe with the monks at Timadeuc in order to meet demand (see separate Timanoix Cheese Library entry). Trappe Echourgnac comes in 8oz rounds and has a semi soft texture. The interior paste is pale straw in color while the exterior rind is a dark, rich brown – a result of the liqueur wash. Flavors are mild yet full and rich with smoky bacon notes and distinctive aromas of walnuts.

Piece of 300g

Best before: 1 week after the delivery

Petit Livarot – piece of 180g

$106

Petit Livarot cheese is a washed rind cow’s milk cheese that’s been produced in the town of Livarot in Normandy, France, since the 16th century, and was awarded AOC status in 1975 – which means that to be called Livarot, it must be produced in a certain region, under certain protected and certified methods. Pungent and bold, with a classic orange rind and paste, thanks to washes with annatto, Livarot has a strong (stinky, if you will) aroma, but the cheese itself is mildly flavored, rich and savory, with a nutty and earthy taste. Creamy and smooth, this soft cow’s milk cheese from Normandy becomes runnier and gooey as it ages. Nicknamed “the colonel” due to the “stripes” or raffia that are wrapped around it, Petit Livarot cheese is great as part of a cheese platter, but also great on it’s own paired with fruit and nuts.

Piece of 250g

Best before: 1 week after the delivery

Saucisson Artisanal with Fir Tree – 375g

$239

Piece of 375gr (+/- 15%)

Origin : France, Rhone Alpes
Animal : pork

Eat by date: 7 days  after the delivery

Corsican Coppa – 100g

$99

The protected designation of origin “Coppa de Corse is characterized by an range of aroma rich and complex, a soft flavor with a light taste of hazelnut, a soft texture and and incredible smoothness.

Origin : France, Corsica
Animal : Nustrale black Pork born and raised in Corsica and fed with chestnut

Portion of 100g sliced

Eat by date: 4 days  after the delivery

Moelleux des Alpes with Wild Garlic – 125g

$85

Moelleux des Alpes is sourced from a small production and includes ingeniously wild garlic.  Similar to Reblochon with creamy raw milk, it has a specific taste but let the truffle balancing the whole thing thanks to the aging at maison Bouchet.

Price is per hald cheese, about 125g

Best before: 1 week after the delivery

Sliced “Marmot egg” – 100g

$59 by piece

If they laid them, marmots would probably fill their eggs with the treasures they find in their path: things like hazelnuts, walnuts, almonds and blueberries. The result is a succulent saucisson dedicated to ramblers!

 

Origin :France, Rhone Alpes
Animal : Pork
Eat by date: 5 days  after the delivery

Price is per 100g sliced

Farmhouse Tome des Bauges

$380 by 100g / min 200g

Tome des Bauges has an earthy, woodsy scent with hints of ammonia. Taste is creamy and rounded, with deep aromas of mushrooms, butter and grass.

best before : 7 days  after the delivery

Tome Fraiche De L’Aubrac – 500g

$175

The Tome fraîche or Tomme fraîche is a hard pressed curd, slightly fermented and unsalted based on cow’s milk, traditionally produced in the region of Aubrac and Cantal in Haute-Auvergne (Massif central). Usually cooked in a fondue form. Traditionally used in aligot, truffade and patranque. Its milky taste, its slight acidity and its melting properties have extended its use to the making of gratins, vegetable pies, pizzas, etc…

Best before: 1 week after the delivery

 

Blue Stilton DOP – 150g

$60

To be called “Blue Stilton” the cheese must be made from local pasteurized milk in Derbyshire, Leicestershire or Nottinghamshire counties. Currently only six dairies are licensed to produce Stilton Cheese. Blue Stilton must be unpressed, allowed to form its own crust, and produced in the traditional cylindrical shape, with blue veins extending from the center and “have a taste profile typical of Stilton”. Blue Stilton is aged for a minimum of nine weeks which creates a semi-soft creamy cheese that gets crumblier as it ages. Blue Stilton gets its distinct blue veins from “penicillium roqueforti” (blue mold spores) created by introducing air into the core of the cheese with stainless steel needles. Blue Stilton provides a milder flavor than both Gorgonzola and Roquefort, and is ideal in soups, salads and dips, dressings and sauces. Sweet wines pair particularly well with Stilton such as Port or a sweet sherry. Blue Stilton is paired with Double Gloucester to make the visually stunning Hunstman cheese. This two British cheeses are layered together to create the ideal flavor combination, perfect in soups or chili or when eaten as a dessert cheese. Blue Stilton, in wheel or crock format, is a very popular Christmas Gift in the UK and the US.

White Stilton

 

Portion of 150g

Best before: 1 week after the delivery

Pechegos – 300g

$170

Pechegos is a French cheese hailing from Tarn. It’s named after a plateau in the region. The cheese is made from goat’s milk and ages for 8 weeks. The rind is washed with brine, developing copper-like colors as a result.It’s easily recognizable because it’s bound with spruce bark in order to keep the texture intact. The texture is very creamy, similar to Mont d’Or. The flavors are complex, flowery, nutty, and sharp, with hints of mushrooms and truffles. It’s recommended to serve Pechegos with eggs or potatoes, and pair it with full-bodied white wines such as Jurancon.

Piece of about 300g

Best before: 1 week after the delivery

“Folies Fromage”- Black Cherry, with Liquorice

$59

This spread has been created to enhance young, creamy goat cheeses. They have combined white fig with bay leaf and raisins. Your chevres will reach their full potential with these complementary flavors.

Good cheese is traditionally served as a separate course, on a plateau du fromage, with the addition of good crackers or fresh, crusty bread. But cheese also has a deep relationship with wine and each different pairing and brings out a new and surprising flavor from both. Fruit also complements cheese. For instance, a good cheddar on top of an apple slice creates an entirely new flavor level. Les Folies Fromage (The Cheese Follies) by Guillaume et Lesgards has created four wonderful fruit spreads specifically designed for certain types of cheese. Made in the French Pyrénées, these spreads will add a new dimension to your old favorites.

  • Made with concentrated fruit extracts and natural flavors
  • Delicious on toast or muffins; Marvelous on cottage cheese, in yogurt and as a topping on baked goods
  • No calories, fat, carbs, gluten or sugars of any kind

Made in France

Jar of 85g

“Folies Fromage”- White fig and Bay leaf with Grapes

$59

This spread has been created to enhance young, creamy goat cheeses. They have combined white fig with bay leaf and raisins. Your chevres will reach their full potential with these complementary flavors.

Good cheese is traditionally served as a separate course, on a plateau du fromage, with the addition of good crackers or fresh, crusty bread. But cheese also has a deep relationship with wine and each different pairing and brings out a new and surprising flavor from both. Fruit also complements cheese. For instance, a good cheddar on top of an apple slice creates an entirely new flavor level. Les Folies Fromage (The Cheese Follies) by Guillaume et Lesgards has created four wonderful fruit spreads specifically designed for certain types of cheese. Made in the French Pyrénées, these spreads will add a new dimension to your old favorites.

  • Made with concentrated fruit extracts and natural flavors
  • Delicious on toast or muffins; Marvelous on cottage cheese, in yogurt and as a topping on baked goods
  • No calories, fat, carbs, gluten or sugars of any kind

Made in France

Jar of 85g

Gouda with Basil – 200g

$100

Ruscello Life cheese is an elaborate cheese like Gouda with a blend of pasteurized cow and goat milks. The Ruscello takes the form of a small circular grinding wheel with a convex side of 25 to 37 centimeters in diameter and eight to 11 centimeters thick. It weighs between 4 and 11 kilograms. The ripening lasts more than six weeks. Ruscello Life is a character cheese with a fresh taste with a spicy accent. It is supplemented with green pesto and red pesto with a touch of green paprika. In addition to its great flavor, this cheese is a feast for the eyes because of its red, green and deep white colored paste. It is ideal for gourmet and original aperitifs.

Origin: Netherland

Slice of 200g

Best before: 1 week after the delivery

Dry Duck Sausage – 200g

$135

no allergens

This light and slightly spicy sausage with bring an original touch to your cold cut platter.

Piece of about 200g

Origin : France,
Animal : DUCK
Eat by date: 7 days  after the delivery

Brittany Buckwheat Shortbread Biscuit – bulk 100g

$30

To enjoy with tea or coffee

Farine de sarrasin, sucre, beurre, levure chimique. Naturellement sans gluten.

Ingredients: buckwheat flour, sugar, butter, baking powder, naturally gluten free

No preservatives

Allergens: egg, gluten, milk

 

 

 

Sweet Crepes Chips – 100g

$72

To enjoy with tea or coffee, to top with salted caramel or to use to decorate pastries

 

Ingredients: eggs,wheat flour, whole milk, sugar, salt, butter

No preservatives

Allergens: egg, gluten, milk

 

 

 

Corsican Farm Saucisson – 300g

$299

This saucisson is made from light meat and fat. The meat is minced and seasonned, and a cold cut master add a natural spices mix.

Piece of about 300G

Origin : France, Corsica
Animal : Pork
Best before7 days  after the delivery

Onion Confit with Fig – 80g

$55

Obtained by slow maceration, this vinegar was made in oak barrels to give it unpublished flavors.

ingredients: wine vinegar, figs, badian, thyme, nutmeg.

Truffle Sauce (Tuber aestivum, Vittad 5%) – 80g

$75
Ingredients : Cultivated mushrooms (Agaricus bisporus), sunflower seed oil, summer truffle (Tuber aestivum, Vittad) 5%, black olives, salt, garlic, parsley, aroma. Produced in a factory which handles : cereals, milk, eggs, celery & nuts. Use : Toasts, Risotto, Roast-beef, Potatoes.
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