Faribault Dairy Company makes its world renowned Amablu St. Pete's Select blue cheese at the base of a bluff along the Straight River in Minnesota. Aged in underground sandstone cheese caves for over 100 days, Amablu St. Pete's Select is hand made from all natural, non-GMO, raw cow's milk.
The first cave was reportedly dug into the bluffs in 1854. However, blue cheese production did not begin there until 1936, when Felix Fredickson purchased the site. Interestingly, this was the first time blue cheese was ever commercially produced in America. Over time, Mr. Fredrickson's American blue cheese grew to international acclaim.
Amablu St. Pete's Select has a rich, creamy flavor with a pronounced piquant note. This attractive, bright white cheese streaked with blue veins can be served as a table cheese, melted atop a burger or steak, or crumbled over a crisp summer salad.
- Made from unpasteurized cow's milk.
- Photo depicts whole 8 lb. form of cheese.
- We cut and wrap this item by hand.