World of Cheese

Types of cheese you might find at World of Cheese. On any given day,
roll 5-15% or less for each cheese type. (Based on milk production and
recent bulk merchant purchases.)
• American cheese
• Bergenost
• Brick cheese
• Colby cheese
• Colby-Jack cheese
• Cougar Gold cheese
• Cream cheese
• Cup Cheese
• Farmer cheese
• Liederkranz cheese
• Maytag Blue cheese
• Monterey Jack
• Pepper jack cheese
• Pinconning cheese
• Pizza cheese
• Provel cheese
• String cheese
• Spray Cheese
• Teleme cheese
• Añejo (aged)
• Chihuahua
• Cotija
• Criollo (Creole)
• Chiapas cheese
• Nacho cheese
• Oaxaca
• Panela
• Peter Anderson Queso
• Lingallin
• Bath Blue
• Barkham Blue
• Blue Monday
• Buxton Blue (Protected Designation of Origin, currently not produced1)
• Cheshire Blue
• Devon Blue
• Dorset Blue Vinney
• Dovedale (Protected Designation of Origin)
• Exmoor Blue (Protected Geographical Indication)
• Harbourne Blue
• Lanark Blue, Scotland
• Lymeswold no longer produced.
• Oxford Blue
• Shropshire Blue
• Stichelton
• Stilton (Protected Designation of Origin)
• Blue Wensleydale
• Yorkshire Blue
• Appledore is a Lancashire cheese with apple
• Berkswell
• Bonchester (Protected Designation of Origin)
• Brie
o Somerset Brie
o Cornish Brie
• Brinkburn
• Caithness
• Caboc is a Scottish cheese with an oatmeal coating.
• Caerphilly
• Cheddar
o West Country Farmhouse Cheddar (Protected Designation of Origin)
o Applewood
o Coleraine cheddar
• Cheshire
o Appleby Cheshire
• Chevington
• Coquetdale
• Cornish Pepper
• Cotherstone
• Cotswold
• Coverdale
• Croglin
• Crowdie
• Derby
• Double Gloucester
o Goosnargh Gold
• Dorstone
• Dovedale (Protected Designation of Origin)
• Dunlop is a Scottish cheese
• Farleigh Wallop is a cheese made by Alex James
• Farmhouse Llanboidy
• Fine Fettle Yorkshire (formerly Yorkshire Feta)
• Goldilocks (organic)
o Black Eyed Susan
• Golden Cross
• Gruth Dhu
• Harlech
• Hereford Hop which has a rind of toasted hops
• Huntsman is a combination of Double Gloucester and Stilton.2

Huntsman cheese
• Ilchester
• Innkeepers Choice
• Isle of Mull
• Lancashire
o Beacon Fell traditional Lancashire (Protected Designation of Origin)
• Lincolnshire Poacher
• Little Wallop
• Katy’s White Lavender
• Kidderton Ash
• Lord of the Hundreds
• Lowerdale Goats Cheese
• Pantysgawn
• Parlick Fell
• Red Devil
• Red Dragon
• Red Leicester
o Rothbury Red
• Red Windsor
• Sage Derby
• Single Gloucester (Protected Designation of Origin)
• Stinking Bishop
• Sussex Slipcote
• Swaledale (Protected Designation of Origin)
• Teviotdale (Protected Geographical Indication)
• Tintern
• Waterloo
• Wensleydale (also produced as a blue cheese)
o Produced with many additives such as cranberries, ginger, etc.
• White Stilton
o Also produced with additives.
• Suffolk Gold
• Whitehaven
• Yarg
o Wild Garlic Yarg
• Wiltshire Loaf
• Woolsery Goats
• Village Green Goat
• Y Fenni
• Altaysky cheese – a fairly dry hard cheese, similar to Swiss cheese, originating in the Altai region.
• Brynza – a crumbly salt cheese.
• Chyorny Altai – a hard cheese similar to cheddar.
• Circassian cheese, a crumbly non-melting fresh cheese that is produced in the North Caucasus
• Dorogobuzhsky – a soft cheese from western Russia.
• Dorozhny
• Golandsky
• Gornoaltaysky – a hard, crumbly cheese.
• Korall – a soft, processed cheese made of cow’s milk
• Kostromskoy
• Moale
• Moskovsky – a hard cow’s milk cheese, also similar to Swiss.
• Medynsky
• Omichka – a slightly sweet, soft processed cheese made of cow’s milk.
• Pikantny
• Poshekhonsky – a hard cow’s milk cheese.
• Rossiysky, similar to German Tilsiter (ru:Российский сыр (Russian))
• Sovetsky
• Tvorog (творог), a quark-type cheese somewhat similar to cottage cheese or ricotta.
• Uglichsky – a hard cheese made of cow’s milk

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