Cambozola German Blue Cheese / 8 - 9 oz. piece
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Not Shippable. Western New York Local Delivery and In-Store Pickup only.
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3904 Maple Rd
Amherst, NY 14226
CAMBOZOLA is deliciously creamy and mild with a hint of blue; a perfect beginner’s blue. It’s a triple cream, soft ripened cheese with blue veins, made with pasteurized cow’s milk from the Allgäu region of Bavaria, Germany. Its name comes from an ancient Roman settlement in Bavaria called Cambodunum, where the art of cheese-making flourished.
- We will freshly slice an 8-ounce (half-pound) order for you.
- A mild, rich, and creamy triple cream cheese with light hints of blue.
- Mild blue cheese flavor with an incredibly rich mouthfeel and creamy taste.
- Pairs well with a semi-dry Riesling, or Marzen-style beer.
- Imported from Germany.
How to Get It
|In-Store Pickup Only||Yes|
|Product Feature 1||We will freshly slice an 8-ounce (half-pound) order for you.|
|Product Feature 2||A mild, rich, and creamy triple cream cheese with light hints of blue.|
|Product Feature 3||Mild blue cheese flavor with an incredibly rich mouthfeel and creamy taste.|
|Product Feature 4||Pairs well with a semi-dry Riesling, or Marzen-style beer.|
|Product Feature 5||Imported from Germany.|
|Country of Origin||Germany|
|Uses Pasteurized Milk?||No|