Tag: cheese pairing

Heidi Farm Cheeses

To make a Swiss cheese in Australia you are going to want to go about as far South as you can. Heidi Farm is nestled in the North of Tasmania where the fertile soil is free of contaminants. So why does this matter? Well, as the founding Heidis discovered the milk produced on these pastures is similar in fat content to that found in dairies in the S...

L’Affiné au Champagne Rosé

This is the cheese for lovers and lovers of cheese alike. This pretty little cheese is made by La Fromagerie Auxor in the Champagne Ardennes region France, and is the prettiest shade of pink. Starting life as a  cow milk surface ripened cheese, it is finished by being washed in Champagne Rosé. The combination of the region's most famous product,...

Our Pick for Winter Cheeses

We want our winter cheeses to be so much more than just creamy. We go searching for extra spice, intensity and texture. We savour smoky aromas, delight in complex saltiness and above all search for tastes that linger on the palate. Our selection for Winter cheeses meets all our desires for  a cool climate cheese selection....

McClure’s Pickles

In 2006, using their great grandmother Lala's recipe, 2 boys from Michigan began making small batches of classic American pickles in their tiny Michigan kitchen. They learned how to make the pickles from their grandfather and parents and now continue the tradition with a bit more room. The pickles, relish, bloody mary mix and other McClure's prod...

Cheese and the Perfect Pairing

There is so much more to cheese pairings than just quince paste and wine. Our Grand Opening for The Cheese Counter will feature some amazing cheese pairings including a French washed rind cheese drenched in champagne and a goats cheese drizzled with rose syrup and served on rosemary flatbread.  For those who can't wait to find out what is trendi...