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Aged Gouda, one of the world's most sought-after cheeses, has been made in the Netherlands for over 800 years. Beemster makes theirs in North Holland, where the grazing land is pure and lush. Easy to distinguish, it is the dairy world's equivalent of a Rembrandt or Van Gogh. This edible opus magnum... see all
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snavehaven A must try! Best Gouda period.

FlavaOfDMonth I loved this product. My taste buds puckered just right when I bit into this deliciously sharp cheese. It is NOT like the smoked or regular soft Gouda. In fact, it is a completely different cheese. It is hard enough to slice or grate, yet it has a smooth and somewhat "creamy" texture. I haven't tried melting it, but I would imagine it would be great melted on a roastbeef sandwich or just a nice thick piece of roastbeef. I would recommend it for salads, too.

Cisco-ZinFan I first tried this Beemster Extra Aged Gouda at the San Diego Wine & Food Festival and was blown away by the beautiful balance of dryness (yes - a dry-style gouda) yet supple creaminess - a yin-and-yang style I had not previously experienced.

Absolutely fabulous as the star of any cheese plate that delivers a feisty aged flavor and silky mouthfeel. This was definitely the star of the last wine party we had. Absolutely outstanding - I can hardly wait to buy more (and intend to do so today).

wwtaster I first tried this Beemster Extra Aged Gouda at the San Diego Wine & Food Festival and was blown away by the beautiful balance of dryness (yes - a dry-style gouda) yet supple creaminess - a yin-and-yang style I had not previously experienced.

Absolutely fabulous as the star of any cheese plate that delivers a feisty aged flavor and silky mouthfeel. This was definitely the star of the last wine party we had. Absolutely outstanding - I can hardly wait to buy more (and intend to do so today).

Robin Textured like an aged cheddar so I loved it, particularly the firm rind. The wax was a bit troublesome removing. The dog whined until she got a bit of it too.

DOC I would highly recommend this delicious cheese. It's now one of my favorites. I served with both wine, crackers and fruit and also had alone. Will definitely purchase this one again!

Julie The Cheese Lady This is a standard cheese we keep at home. I usually just eat it with crackers. It is nice to grate over a

bowl of minestrone. It has the nice grana crunch to it that a good Italian grating cheese has. Deep flavor without any bitterness.

Rebel First tasted this at the Yadkin Valley Wine Festival in Elkin, NC. Simply cannot get over the rich, almost butterscotch, flavor. Needs no crackers, no wine (though any strong red makes a perfect complement).

Gourmet Doc I use this cheese all the time. I use it daily as an addition to my chicken dishes. I grate it and sprinkle it on eggs. I use with with serrano jam. It is one of my favorites.

Liz This cheese was wonderful as a snack witha glass of wine or as part of the after dinner. I tend to like a good flavor. The best Gouda I've ever had.



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Aged Gouda, one of the world's most sought-after cheeses, has been made in the Netherlands for over 800 years. Beemster makes theirs in North Holland, where the grazing land is pure and lush. Easy to distinguish, it is the dairy world's equivalent of a Rembrandt or Van Gogh. This edible opus magnum...
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