A blue cheese made from sheep's milk in the caves of Roquefort-sur-Soulzon. Its distinctive blue veins result from the growth of Penicillium roqueforti mold. It has a creamy texture with a tangy and salty flavor.
Produced from sheep's milk in the La Mancha region of Spain, Manchego has a characteristic zigzag pattern on its rind.
Originating from the Netherlands, Gouda is a semi-hard cheese made from cow's milk. It has a sweet and nutty flavor and comes in different aging variations, from young and creamy to aged and crystalline.
Known as the "king of cheeses," Parmigiano-Reggiano is a hard, granular cheese made from cow's milk. Produced exclusively in certain regions of Italy, it has a rich, nutty taste and is often grated over pasta or risotto.
Originally from the English village of Cheddar, this cheese can vary in flavor from mild to extra sharp depending on its age. It's a firm, smooth cheese often used in sandwiches or melted in various dishes.
A soft, creamy, surface-ripened cheese made from cow's milk, Camembert has a rich, earthy flavor with a runny and gooey texture at its peak ripeness.
A brined curd cheese made from sheep's milk or a mixture of sheep and goat's milk. Feta has a crumbly texture and a tangy flavor, often used in salads, pastries, and as a table cheese.
A semi-soft cheese with a buttery aroma, Havarti is made from cow's milk. It comes in various flavors, including plain, dill, or with added herbs or spices, and is known for its creamy texture and mild taste.