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Feb 7, 2018

Bontaleggio di Grotta - Greatness from darkness

In the northern reaches of Lombardy, Italy lies a valley calledValsassina. This North-South running valley starts high in thesnow capped mountains and extends down to empty it’s meltedsnow into the famous Lake Como. Beneath these snow cappedmountains lie several deep and important caves that one manrecognised as the ideal place to mature cheese.

Feb 1, 2018

Blackall Gold - A Clandestine Operation Producer

Woombye is one of those small towns that everyone knowswhere it is but no one has really heard of it before. Describingit’s location is simple. It’s where the Big Pineapple is on theSunshine Coast! Once an Aussie tourism icon, the BigPineapple is now used for music festivals and the odd farmersmarket on Sundays. Woombye Cheese Co continues this localtradition of “where is it” with their operation feeling soclandestine that the only way to find them is with a precise GPSmarker and knowing exactly which tree to turn at. There is nosign or hint that greatness comes from this area. Unlike WillyWonka where “nobody ever goes in, and nobody ever comesout”, their cheese shows up all around the country shrouded inmystery. We have no idea how anyone goes in, because evenwe can’t find it on our weekly hunt for them.

Feb 1, 2018

Fermier - A return to tradition

Matthieu Megard has continually proven to be one of thecountry’s best cheese makers. Hailing from France, this thirdgeneration cheesemaker captures the essence of his surroundsof the Great Ocean Road and combines that with his knowledgeof French cheese making. 

Jan 31, 2018

Jensens Red - From the stench of foot odour...

In the late 1800’s, two Dutch families arrived in Australia andgot to work building up a dairy and producing milk. They chosethe Gippsland region for its deep minerals, rich soils, evenyear-round rainfall and nutrient rich grass. Not long after, theJensen & Robinsen families started making cheese and to thisday are considered among some of the most important namesin the industry. 

Jan 31, 2018

Langres - The Most Fun Cheese in the World!

When we started Cheese Therapy, this was the one cheese wehave always wanted to do. This is perhaps the most fun cheeseyou could ever get. Let’s find out why this thing is so much fun!

Jan 31, 2018

Le Duc Vacherin - The ultimate party cheese

We have long been fans of cheese master, Will Studd, whosearches the world to seek out the best cheeses and bring themto us all. This Le Duc is derived from the seasonally availableVacherin du Haut Doubs (France) and Vacherin du Mont d’Or.This cheese is normally only available from 15 August to 31March.....

Jan 31, 2018

Munster - A Monk’s Life

As with all washed rinds, this cheese has those stinky ‘feet of thegods’ smells. The degree of stench relates to its maturity...

Jan 31, 2018

Port Salut - Raise the flag! The cheese is here!

To avoid persecution in France in 1789 during the French Revolution, a group of monks fled the country. To support themselves, many learned cheesemaking which they brought back after the Bourbon Restoration. 

Jan 31, 2018

Pont l’évêque - Better than sex?

You have to hand it to the monks of medieval times. For a bunch of guys sworn to a life of poverty and chastity, they certainly found plenty ways to have a good time! Now, no jokes about farmyard animals please, I am of course referring to their love of cheese.

Jan 31, 2018

Delice de Chablis - The rock star of cheese

Taking a bath in some of the world’s finest wine is one of those things most of us only read about in gossip magazines. It’s sort of in the same league as throwing TVs out of hotel windows - the ultimate Rock Star behaviour. Well roll over Keith Richards, this cheese is after your crown.

Jan 30, 2018

Mountain Man - An Aussie Cheese with a French Heart

This cheese may be made in Victoria, but make no mistake, if it were alive it would be wearing a beret and smoking Gauloises.

Jan 30, 2018

Taleggio - Bring out the Caveman

How many cheeses can you name that are aged in (and named after) caves? Well now you can make that 1. And let’s be honest, if cavemen had had a few of these back at the pad, they wouldn’t have needed to club anyone over the head to lure them home…
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