The Best Cream White Cheeses
Cheeses are of a number of types. Just simply consider white cheese for instance, they come in such numerous types varying widely in tastes, textures and flavors. So it is only understandable that one might visit White Cheese shops and cheese carts daunting and selecting the right type of cheese for their party intimidating.
But we are here to the rescue for all you cheese dummies out there. When going to select cheese there are certain things you need to look out for to evaluate if it is suitable for your event. It can be an overwhelming experience to see such a wide variety in size, shape, mold labels and colors among the different kinds of cheeses at our store.
First try and decide whether you want a mild cheese for your event or a stinky fancy one. Then you can get the further details about which cheeses are mild and which are rich in flavor. Believe it or not the simple generic blue cheese now comes in 38 varieties each of which have a distinct texture, taste and flavor. Also there are certain good quality cheeses that taste truly great when eaten with a smear of honey or honeycomb on the side. There are various other cheeses that melt best when put on burger and cannot be eaten otherwise.
When learning about different types of cheese the first thing to understand is their place of origin. Different cheeses vary distinctively in their taste, flavor and richness based on their place of origin. There are certain cheese names that reflect their place of origin within the name itself like in case of Manchego or Roquefort, as they are made by specialized techniques within that very place and are not produced anywhere else in the world. Most other cheeses may have a particular village of origin but are now produced all most all over the world.
Then the next detail to consider is the type of milk used in their manufacture. All cheeses are dairy products, so it is evident that they are made from milk, but what truly separates them from each other is the animal from which the milk is obtained.
Most creamy and mild cheeses are made from cow milk. They usually have a sweet taste and a very subtle flavor to them. Due to the mild taste of the milk itself the ripening and aging process requires more attention in order to develop the characteristic flavor of the different types of cheeses.
For a sweeter mild taste with a bit of a tang to the cheese choose the one’s made from sheep’s milk. Sheep’s milk is earthier in flavor and has somewhat a grassy essence. Whereas cheeses made from goat’s milk on the other hand have the funkiest aroma among the rest.
Aging period of cheeses is another important point to look out for that provides them with the perfect texture and flavor.
When it comes to Cream White Cheese, one can expect it to be sweet and mild in taste and creamy soft in texture. Our cream white cheese also has a distinct buttery feel to it that comes from the finest quality double cream that is used in its manufacture. They are best eaten with tart fresh fruits and paired best with mild white wines like Chardonnay or Chablis.