You’ll enjoy the heavy floral, herbaceous, and mushroom notes in this earth-shaking masterpiece. If you love Humboldt Fog and can’t get enough of truffles, this is the cheese for you.
Like other soft-ripened cheeses, Truffle Tremor® has a bloomy rind that allows the cheese to ripen from the outside in. As Truffle Tremor® continues to ripen and mature, the creamline develops and the flavor intensifies — an ooey-gooey, ripe Truffle Tremor is not for the faint of heart.
Top on a hot steak or juicy burger - allow the cheese to soften as the meat rests.
Serve with candied orange and port wine for a simple dessert.
To optimize the quality of Truffle Tremor, keep cheese cold (32°–40°F) and wrapped in waxed paper. Re-wrapping your cheese in wax or parchment paper will allow the cheese to breathe as it continues to ripen. Remove Truffle Tremor from the refrigerator at least one hour before serving.
ELKI's Gourmet Water crackers are known for their great taste and texture. Our Water crackers are thin, crisp and perfect for entertaining.
Elki's Gourmet Water crackers are delicious with cheese, bruschetta, pesto's, tapenades and also delicious with our Scandinavian Delights fruit spreads. Great for parties or as a everyday snack at home!
The king of cheese is made in 200-pound wheels from fresh, raw milk produced by grass-fed cows on family farms. Expert cheesemakers then age it for a minimum of 4 months in the microclimate of the Emmi cellars.
Firm yet supple, Emmentaler AOP offers a nutty flavor with slight acidity and just a hint of herbs.
This classic aged cheddar infused with a bold dose of garlic our Vampire Slayer Cheddar was the 2nd cheddar developed here at Face Rock and is currently one of our most popular cheddars. It’s definitely a must try for anyone who loves garlic. This award-winning cheddar is sure to keep vampires at bay!
FLAVOR PROFILE Packed with loads of garlic in a base of classic aged cheddar this cheese packs a garlicy punch that takes center stage and cannot be ignored. If you can’t get enough garlic this cheddar is for you!
WHAT TO PAIR IT WITH
Vampire Slayer is perfect on a cheese plate or melted into your favorite foods to enrich them with garlicy goodness!
Wine Pairing: Pick something with high acidity and medium to low tannins as the flavor can turn bitter or acrid when paired with garlic. Bright and citrusy flavors work best, avoid anything too sweet. Choose a Pinot Gris, Sauvignon Blanc, Viognier, Dry Gewürztraminer, Champagne, Syrah, Chianti, & Sangiovese.
Beer Pairing: Choose light-bodied & wheat-based. Strong hops & carbonation add a refreshing cleanse to the palate such as Ales, Lagers, Pilsners, & Hefeweitzen.
1st place in the national cheese competition in North America (2013 ACS Awards)
After enzymes have been added to fresh milk and allowed to set up, the whey is drained off leaving beautiful fresh curds behind. It's these curds that are then pressed together to create cheese.
At Face Rock, they pull some of these curds aside so that you can enjoy one of the most delightful treasures we've ever tasted-- Fresh Cheese Curds!
Curds are best when served at room temperature or slightly warmed (5 - 10 seconds in the microwave would do it!) Enjoy them battered and fried, chopped up and mixed into soup or simply as a snack on their own!
1st place at the American Cheese Society's 2013 Competition.
Try these unbelievably fresh curds and taste what the rave is all about!
This traditional farmhouse Cheddar is a real English treasure. It has a bold smoky flavor and a lovely smooth texture. First created in 1965, this cheese has stood the test of time. The Cheesemonger's Shop #1 cheese!
A delicious blend of smooth Double Gloucester, onion and a sprinkling of fresh chives.
With generous flakes of chive and onion, Cotswold has a smooth texture, fresh aroma and lingering taste. It was one of the first blends launched by Clawson in the early 1970s and has remained a firm favorite.
It is fantastic served simply in a crusty baguette sandwich, and also makes a versatile cooking ingredient.
Grate cheese on fluffy baked potatoes topped with smokey bacon, and fresh spring chives.
Crumbly to touch, granular and round on the palate, rich and harmonious on the nose; this is what makes this timeless classic from the Swiss cheesemaking tradition an unmissable piece on every cheese lovers table.
From the Mifroma farm in Switzerland to your table, it takes 11 months to create this masterpiece classic.