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Tomme d’Elles


Maison D’Affinage Maurice Dufour, Quebec

Unpasteurized Cow’s & Sheep’s Milk

Master cheese maker Maurice Dufour has again made a masterpiece of a cheese with this half sheep’s milk, half cow’s milk tomme. With all of the smooth, delicate sweetness that one expects from a great sheep’s cheese and a powerful, sophisticated grassiness from the cow’s milk.


Tiger Blue


Poplar Grove Cheese (Artisan), British Columbia

Pasteurized Cow’s Milk

Made at Poplar Grove, the only cheese and wine producer in Canada, the Tiger Blue is one of British Columbia’s most popular and acclaimed cheeses. Rich, thick veins of blue streak the entire interior, giving the cheese a sharp and spicy flavor and feel. Taking the best features of Roquefort and Stilton, the Tiger Blue is uniquely strong and flavorful among Canadian blues.




Fromagerie La Station de Compton

(farmstead), Québec

Unpasteurized Cow’s Milk

Named after Alfred Bolduc, patriarch of the family cheese makers of Fromagerie la Station, this pressed cheese has a woodsy aroma and lively rustic taste.


Ciel de Charlevoix


Maison d’Affinage Maurice Dufour (affineur), Québec

Unpasteurized Cow’s Milk

The milk of a single herd is used to produce this silky textured blue, which is then aged by pioneering Charlevoix region affineur Maurice Dufour. Ciel de Charlevoix has deep blue veins, compelling savory aromas, restrained salt, and sweet, earthy, almost meaty flavors.


Eweda Cru


Ewenity dairy (Artisan) Conn, Ontario

Unpasteurized Sheep’s Milk

Ontario’s Ewenity dairy is making a name as one of the best sheep’s milk producers in Canada. This cheese is unrivalled in its meaty, tart flavors; with notes of grassiness.




Societe Agricole du Ile-Aux-Grues (Artisan), Quebec

Unpasteurized Cow’s Milk

Named after the famous artist on the condition that part of the proceeds help local students get a higher education, Riopelle is produced on Ile-aux-Grues, Quebec. It is an opulent triple cream with hints of hazelnut, mushroom and cultured butter.




Fromages Chaput (Artisan), Québec

Unpasteurized Goat’s Milk

This small format goat cheese has the same complex flavors as the producer’s larger Bouq’Émissaire wheel, but a creamier texture, with balanced citric, herbal and peppery flavors.


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Taken on November 30, 2008