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Old White Cheddar

Older cheeses tend to be on the savoury side and Black Diamond Old White Cheddar is no exception! It offers that classic cheddar taste but with more bite—the longer a cheddar is aged, the stronger the flavour. Old White Cheddar has a dry, firm texture and a sharp, rich taste. Serve with an assortment of nuts and cinnamon sugar for a deliciously sweet contrast. Available in: 270g, 450g
Drink Pairing (Illustration)
Drink Pairing:
Lift Cheddar Spirits
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Drink Pairing
Lift Cheddar Spirits

Lift Cheddar Spirits

Which spirit should one lift when eating old cheddar cheese? Many will do, including bourbon, rum, port, brandy, whiskey, cognac, or scotch.

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Entertaining:
Impress Your Guests
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Entertaining
Impress Your Guests

Impress Your Guests

Stuff some eggplants with Herb & Garlic Cheese Spread for an unexpected appetizer! We’ve come up with the perfect recipe to impress your guests!

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Presentation Tips (Illustration)
Presentation Tips:
Think Beyond Bread
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Presentation Tips
Think Beyond Bread

Think Beyond Bread

When thinking of what to serve with cheese, consider different accompaniments and opt for olives, tapenades, fruit chutneys, and mustards.

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Cheese Tips:
Presentation Tips
Something Old, Something New
Something Old, Something New
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Presentation Tips
Something Old, Something New

Something Old, Something New

Planning to put together the perfect cheese platter? Be sure to mix  old and young cheeses for a diverse tray. It’s quite simple when you keep this little saying in mind: “Something old, something new, something goat and something blue”

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Storage Tips
It Takes Some Warming Up To
It Takes Some Warming Up To
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Storage Tips
It Takes Some Warming Up To

It Takes Some Warming Up To

Keep your cheese in the warmest part of the refrigerator.  The cheese drawer, vegetable drawer or door area is best.

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