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    • This creamy lactose free cream cheese offers all the benefits of dairy without the lactose
    • Arla Lactose Free cream cheese is the first dairy-based lactose free cream cheese and is made with 5 simple ingredients
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    $6.99
    • This creamy lactose free cream cheese offers all the benefits of dairy without the lactose
    • Arla Foods is a leading producer of Organic Milk and their Organic Cream Cheese is made with only 4 ingredients
    • You can feel confident in their strict attention to organic farming and processing to produce consistent quality cheeses to Arla’s High Standards
    • Aged: 36 months
    • Taste: Drier texture from additional aging with a fully matured cheddar flavour and pleasant sharpness. Will exhibit some small salt particles or crystals
    • Usage: Recipes that require a stronger cheese flavour. Rich sauces, cheese trays and wine pairings. Ideal for Entertaining, cheese trays and cheese plates. Serve with full bodied red wines
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    $8.99
    • Age: 6 months
    • Flavour: Similar to medium; Smooth flavour with a slight firmer texture. Mixture of white and coloured cheese curds give it a marbled appearance
    • Usage: Sandwich slices, decorative as cubes, triangles or fingers on cheese trays
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    • Aged: 6 months
    • Taste: Similar to Mild but slightly firmer in texture and slightly stronger in cheddar taste
    • Usage: Ideal for snacking, lighter foods like omelets, sandwiches and nachos. Excellent with pears, apples and goes well with beer or ales and sparkling wines
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    • Aged: 3 months
    • Taste: Milky flavor with slight nutty note, clean fresh aroma, soft to semi soft texture with a tight, closed texture (no cracks, slits or pinholes.)
    • Usage: Ideal for everyday uses, snacking & sandwiches. Pairs well with ciders, light beer and white wines
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    • Age: Minimum of 12 months
    • Taste: Similar to medium with slightly elevated salty taste and the beginning notes of sharpness. Firm texture
    • Usage: Available in both white and coloured varieties. Very versatile for snacks, recipes and entertaining. Ideal for shredding, slicing, cubing, melting, grating and cheese trays. Best age range to complement most wines and beers/lagers
    • Made with the finest Italian Black Summer Truffles, an old world gourmet delicacy, this cheese features Bothwell’s Monterey Jack with black truffle pieces blended throughout to impart an earthy, complex flavour with a rich, smooth finish
    • An old-world gourmet delicacy, the flavour of black truffle Monterary Jack has rich, sweet aftertaste, making it a perfect pair for Italian Sangiovese, Moscato and most lagers
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    $4.99
    • By blending their finest white and orange Cheddars, Bothwell Cheese has created an award-winning Marble Cheddar
    • This colourful variation on traditional cheddar has a smooth texture and a mild yet flavourful taste
    • The mild, yet full-flavoured taste of their Marble Cheddar suits a Chardonnay, Port, Dry Rose or any sparkling wine. Also try with pale ales or a good strong stout
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    $4.99
    • Made using their traditional hand-cheddaring technique, Bothwell’s Medium Cheddar is aged for four to six months, giving it a full, rich taste
    • This cheese has a subtle sweet note that balances the sharpness created in the maturation process
    • Bothwell’s Medium Cheddar has a mild sweet note which balances well with Cardonnay, sparkling wines, Shiraz or Syrah. Stouts and fruity beers also make a nice pairing
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    $4.99
    • One of Bothwell’s most popular and versatile cheeses, this Mozzarella has a delicate, milky flavour and soft, clean texture
    • Mozzarella is the most commonly used cheese on pizza
    • This Mozzarella cheese has a delicate, milky flavour which goes good with Sauvignon Blanc, Sangiovese or a sweet Sparkling Chianti. For a beer pairing, try a pale pilser
    • Bothwell matures their Premium Red Wine Extra Old Cheddar to perfection after combining aged white cheddar with the very best Canadian full-bodied red wine
    • This cheese presents beautifully on a cheese plate with its veins of rich red wine running through it
    • What is the perfect pairing for wine-infused cheese? More wine of course. Try a Cabernet Sauvignon, Rioja, Chianti or Shiraz with this popular specialty cheese
    • Exceptionally smooth and creamy with that characteristic gouda flavour
    • A nutritious snack cubed in your children’s lunch or for cooking that special meal
    • Awards:
      • First Place – Class 4 Semi-Firm Cheese – 2016 British Empire Cheese Competition
    • Naturally Applewood smoked at their own facility, they take their smooth and creamy Farmstead Mild and give it an enjoyable smoky flavour
    • It is quickly becoming a crowd favourite
    • Awards
      • Second Place – Class 9 – Flavoured Firm Cheese – 2016 British Empire Cheese Competition
      • First Place – 2015 British Empire Cheese Competition
      • First Place – Class 9 – Variety Section – 2014 British Empire Cheese Competition
    • Refrigerate solid cheese in its original wrap until opening
    • After opening, re-wrap the cheese tightly in moisture proof wrap, such as foil wrap or an airtight container
    • Serve cheese at the recommended serving temperature, which varies according to type
    • Do not store cheese with other strong-smelling foods, as a cheese breathes it will absorb other aromas and may spoil
    • If you can’t use a whole cheese at once, cut off only what you can eat and keep the rest in the refrigerator
    • Moving cheese back and forth from the refrigerator only hastens moisture loss and spoilage
    • Generally, cheese should not be frozen – you will alter the flavour and texture and it will become crumbly with freezing, however, grated cheese keeps well in the freezer and can be used straight from the freezer for cooking
    • The shelf life of cheeses varies from one type to another
    • Generally, the softer the cheese, the shorter the shelf life
    • Refrigerate solid cheese in its original wrap until opening
    • After opening, re-wrap the cheese tightly in moisture proof wrap, such as foil wrap or an airtight container
    • Serve cheese at the recommended serving temperature, which varies according to type
    • Do not store cheese with other strong-smelling foods, as a cheese breathes it will absorb other aromas and may spoil
    • If you can’t use a whole cheese at once, cut off only what you can eat and keep the rest in the refrigerator
    • Moving cheese back and forth from the refrigerator only hastens moisture loss and spoilage
    • Generally, cheese should not be frozen – you will alter the flavour and texture and it will become crumbly with freezing, however, grated cheese keeps well in the freezer and can be used straight from the freezer for cooking
    • The shelf life of cheeses varies from one type to another
    • Generally, the softer the cheese, the shorter the shelf life
    • Refrigerate solid cheese in its original wrap until opening
    • After opening, re-wrap the cheese tightly in moisture proof wrap, such as foil wrap or an airtight container
    • Serve cheese at the recommended serving temperature, which varies according to type
    • Do not store cheese with other strong-smelling foods, as a cheese breathes it will absorb other aromas and may spoil
    • If you can’t use a whole cheese at once, cut off only what you can eat and keep the rest in the refrigerator
    • Moving cheese back and forth from the refrigerator only hastens moisture loss and spoilage
    • Generally, cheese should not be frozen – you will alter the flavour and texture and it will become crumbly with freezing, however, grated cheese keeps well in the freezer and can be used straight from the freezer for cooking
    • The shelf life of cheeses varies from one type to another
    • Generally, the softer the cheese, the shorter the shelf life
    • Refrigerate solid cheese in its original wrap until opening
    • After opening, re-wrap the cheese tightly in moisture proof wrap, such as foil wrap or an airtight container
    • Serve cheese at the recommended serving temperature, which varies according to type
    • Do not store cheese with other strong-smelling foods, as a cheese breathes it will absorb other aromas and may spoil
    • If you can’t use a whole cheese at once, cut off only what you can eat and keep the rest in the refrigerator
    • Moving cheese back and forth from the refrigerator only hastens moisture loss and spoilage
    • Generally, cheese should not be frozen – you will alter the flavour and texture and it will become crumbly with freezing, however, grated cheese keeps well in the freezer and can be used straight from the freezer for cooking
    • The shelf life of cheeses varies from one type to another
    • Generally, the softer the cheese, the shorter the shelf life