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This listing is for a 13oz wedge of ROGUE CREAMERY Echo Mountain Smokey Blue artisan American cheese.
This normally retails for about $30.00 Lb, but because of a special end-lot deal from the importer, we are able to offer a limited amount of this fine cheese for $12.00/13oz.
A long, gentle cold-smoking over shells from Oregon hazelnuts infuses Rogue Creamery’s Smokey Blue cheese with an added layer of rich flavor and terroir. Sweet cream flavors and caramel notes balance earthy flavors of smoke and hints of roasted nuts. The result is a cakey yet smooth blue cheese reminiscent of candied bacon.
Smokey Blue is the first of its kind in the world. Smokey Blue was inspired by a chef, and the flavor is signature to Oregon as the smoke is derived from Oregon hazelnut shells. Sweet, nutty, savory flavors envelope the sweet, rich milk creating a creme brulee with a hint of the toasted, sweet richness of a campfire.
“This is a cheese I eat daily and incorporate into my cooking. Its richness has converted many to loving blue cheese.” – David Gremmels, Owner / Cheesemaker
• The World’s First Smoked Blue Cheese
• Cave Aged a Minimum of 6 Months
• Milk is rBST Free
• Vegetarian Friendly
• Gluten Free
The goats graze seasonally along the banks of the Rogue River next to their cow dairy sharing the same “Terroir” of rich grasses and clover. Their all-organic feed and pasturing are designed to balance the goat’s diets and milk to provide the “Flavor of the Rogue”. The specially designed dairy with unique milking practices and high quality standards are indicative of its flavor, texture and award winning style.
Inspired by a sense of place for 80 years, Rogue Creamery draws from the beauty and flavors of Southern Oregon’s Rogue River Valley to create eight handcrafted blue cheese recipes, cheddar cheese and TouVelle. Over the last half century, Rogue Creamery blue cheeses have received international acclaim. The certified sustainable whole milk we use to make these original blues comes from Rogue Creamery’s dairies along the banks of the rugged and scenic Rogue River.