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Fondue Cheese Sampler

by Gourmet Food World
This sampler includes:
  • 8 oz (cut portion), Gruyere
  • 8 oz (cut portion), Emmenthal - AOC
  • 8 oz (cut portion), Reading Raclette
  • 8 oz (cut portion), Tarentaise
Complete your cheese course with:
  •   1 box - 5.3 oz, Crackerthins [Add $6.75]
  •   1 jar - 7 oz, Fig Jam [Add $7.75]
  •   1 resealable bag - 8 oz, Marcona Almonds, Fried and Salted [Add $12.75]
$46.05  was  $47.25

Fondue Cheese Sampler

This party pleasing spread will keep your guests dipping all night. Fondue, which originated in Switzerland, has long been popular in America. Arise to the occasion of this communal dish with high quality, meltable, dippable cheese including Gourmino Gruyere, Emmental, Reading Raclette, and Tarentaise.

Gourmino Gruyere won "Best Cheese of the World" at the 2008 World Cheese Championship. Made using the best mik of Brown Swiss cows, this delicious gruyere is aged for 12 months, developing rich, complex flavors. The flavors of toasted nuts, caramel, and a fresh floral quality is perfect for fondue while the cheese itself melts incredibly well.

Emmental, a classic Swiss cheese, is firm and mildly sharp. Originally from the Emmental region of Switzerland, this pale yellow cheese is now made all over the world. With a nutty, savory flavor, it features the characteristics of Swiss cheese.

Raclette, from the French word "racler", meaning to scrape, is an alpine cheese that's used for melting much like a fondue. And while you can melt this cheese like fondue, it is traditionally melted over a hot grill. Reading Raclette is made in Vermont with the milk of Jersey cows at Spring Brook Farms. It is smooth and pliable, the pale buttercup yellow paste studded with eyeholes. It has strong flavors of butter, and pronounced nuttiness.

Another Spring Brook marvel, Tarentaise is a rare organic cheese made from raw cow's milk. The wonderfully nutty, earthy flavor melts beautifully into a supple, dippable mass. Made in copper vats, the cultures and techniques hail straight from the Alps, while the Vermont landscape lends itself to its sublime flavor.

Substitution note: if an item is out of stock at the time your order ships, we will replace with a cheese of similar value and size that we feel matches the assortment.

Availability: Usually ships within 1 business days. Product is perishable and must ship via Overnight service.
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