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Along the Schie River, between Rotterdam and Den Hague, lies Delft. Home to the artist Vermeer and the tin glazed earthenware known as Delftware, it has always been a hub for fine craftsmanship. Recently, a new addition to these fine examples has been added - Delft Blue. Also known as Blue de Graven, this cow's milk cheese is rich and creamy with a buttery, mellow taste and a clean finish. "Delft" has a nice underlying sweetness and is not at all salty. Not only is this cheese delicious, the attractive blue veins intermingle in the milky whiteness resembling the lovely blue and white Delftware, as if it were broken and put back together again. Try this new cheese and see why the Dutch have remained at the forefront of cheese making.
Made from pasteurized cow's milk.
Whole form is 8 pounds.
We cut and wrap this item by hand.