Firm Cheeses

Semi-soft cheeses and the sub-group, Monastery cheeses have a high moisture content and tend to be mild-tasting. 

Cheeses that range in texture from semi-soft to firm include Swiss-style cheeses such as Emmental and Gruyère. The same bacteria that give such cheeses their eyes also contribute to their aromatic and sharp flavours. Other semi-soft to firm cheeses include Gouda, Edam, Jarlsberg, Cantal, and Ca???????????caval. Cheeses of this type are ideal for melting and are often served on toast for quick snacks or simple meals.


Norfolk Tawny

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Norfolk Mardler

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Cornish Yarg

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Black Bomber

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Red Devil

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Raclette

About Raclette is a semi-hard cheese made on both sides of the French and Swiss Alps. Valais Rac
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Murcia Al'Vino

About Queso de Murcia or Murcian Al Vino is a pasteurised goat's milk cheese from the Murcia
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Gouda with Cumin

About Gouda has been a popular cheese since the 12th century and was shipped to France and furth
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Gruyere

About Le Gruyère Premier Cru is a special variety, produced and matured exclusively in th
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Emmental

About Emmental is a yellow,medium-hard cheesethat originated in the area aroundEmmental, Switzer
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Beechwood

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Mayfield Swiss

About Arthur Alsop and Nick Walker launched Alsop & Walker 4 years ago in East Sussex. Since
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Suffolk Gold

About Suffolk Gold cheese is a semi-hard cheese, not unlike Cheddar, though a little softer, whi
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Fontina

About Produced in the Italian Alps since the 12th century, this is a classic farmhouse-made chee
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Vignotte

About Vignotte is a high fat, triple cream French cheese produced in the Champagne-Ardenne regio
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