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Halloween Cheeses For Lovers Of Fine Cheese

If you’re not committed to handing out (and eating) Halloween candy and would prefer a sophisticated adult Halloween experience, check out these different types of Halloween cheese.

We don’t mean cheeses that look like pumpkins. Rather, these are year-round fine cheeses that happen to have bright Halloween colors or shapes.

Take a look, and pair the cheeses with your favorite wines. We promise you an experience that is all treat, no trick!
 
 
Halloween Cheeses For Lovers Of Fine Cheese: Part 1

These are very specific variations of the particular cheeses that make them perfect for Halloween.

  • English Cheddar
  • Irish Cheddar
  • Gouda
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    Halloween Cheeses For Lovers Of Fine Cheese: Part 2

  • Bloomy rind cheeses
  • Geotricum “brain” goat cheeses
  • Mimolette
  • Huntsman
  • Saxonshire
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    You Can Still Have Chocolate!

    Since Halloween wouldn’t be the same without chocolate, bring some dark chocolate bars to the table. They pair well with cheese.

    The bars can be plain or with:

  • Almonds or other nuts
  • Chipotle or other chiles
  • Dried fruits
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    > The history of cheese.
     
    > Cheese glossary: the different types of cheese.

     

    Coupole Goat Cheese For Halloween
    [1] Brains and blood: cocktails with bites of brain-looking goat cheese with blood sausage on crostini. There’s a close-up of the cheese in the next photo (photos #1 and #2 © Vermont Creamery).

    Coupole Goat Cheese For Halloween
    [2] Coupole goat cheese from Vermont Creamery is one big brain. Here’s how the ridges are formed.


    [ ] Mimolette is a cheese produced around the city of Lille, France, that has the bright orange color of a pumpkin (photo © Murray’s Cheese).

     

     
     

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