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A cheese so luxurious that it’s like wrapping yourself in silk, Délice de Bourgogne is a rich triple crème cheese full of buttery flavor.
This cross between a samosa and a dumpling, the cheesy Sudanese sambusa is a perfect winter finger food.
Hafod is a traditional hard cheese that hails from Wales, made in the style of classic Welsh clothbound cheddar and packed with grassy flavor.
With a firm, slightly waxy texture throughout its straw-colored paste, São Jorge is a munchable table cheese with roots in the Azores islands.
Cave-aged beneath Manhattan, Annelies is a cheese with flavors of roasted nuts and sweet grass and toasty notes of butterscotch and cocoa.
For an entry into washed rind cheese, try Dream Weaver, a pudgy goat’s milk cheese that’s stinky but approachable. Try it with a tangy jam.
Lamb Chopper is a mellow sheep’s milk cheese that’s both kid-friendly and adult-approved. Flavors of butter and cream are balanced with a hint of acidity.
Treat yourself to the lush, fudgy delight of Rogue River Blue. Made using autumn milk, wheels are aged and wrapped in grape leaves soaked in pear brandy.
Consider Buchette, the delicate soft-ripened log from California’s Laura Chenel’s. Thisgoat cheese log comes in an Original white and an ash-rubbed version.
Sweet Grass Dairy’s Green Hill is a deliciously decadent double-cream with a velvety interior and a soft buttery flavor.
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