Experiencing The Cheeses of Europe at Western & Southern Open Cincinnati #fromagecincinnati #ad

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Earlier this week I shared some exciting social media shares with you on my recent visit to the Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati. While there, I had the chance to explore several vendor booths, but my favorite by far was the Cheeses of Europe!I arrived a few minutes after our event started and JUST MISSED the opportunity to meet Kiki Bertens (who won the Women’s Title for the first time right here in Cincinnati)! I was just excited to get the chance to sample Cheeses of Europe and learn more about the delectable fromage (French for cheese).

You can image walking up and seeing all of the tantalizing choices available to test and savor. I started with a cheese that is a little bit out of my normal cheese consumption, a bleu cheese. First up was Roquefort! This cheese is a unique, softer cheese that is cultivated and aged in the caves of Mont Combalu for 3-9 months. Yes, you read that correctly – A CAVE! Roquefort is considered the king of blue cheeses and is exclusively made in the caves of Mont Combalu, France. I paired this cheese with a small, soft piece of baguette and some honey – let me say C’est Magnifique!We moved onto other tasty cheeses including classic Swiss, Gouda and another new favorite I tried for the first time, Mimolette. This cheese has a sharper and somewhat sweeter taster. It has a bright orange hue and was taled to be the best cheese for the most perfect gooey and tasty grilled cheese sandwich ever!

Mimolette originates in Pas-de-Calais, France and is pressed, cooked and aged at four separates ranging fro 3-24 months. I cannot wait to make my family the ultimate sandwich with delicious Mimolette cheese.

While traveling to the rolling plains of France would be the ultimate experience to taste Cheeses of Europe, my budget just won’t allow it at this time. FORTUNATELY, Cheeses of Europe are available in select retailers nationwide including Meifer and Kroger and Company stores. You can also purchase online and have it delivered to your home.

Have you had the chance to experience Cheeses of Europe? What are your favorite flavors? Tell us in a comment below!


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Comments

  1. Trisha McKee says

    These cheeses look delicious. I definitely want to try.

  2. Thanks for sharing your experience with us.

  3. Buddy Garrett says

    I haven’t experienced the cheeses of Europe. I would love to try the cheeses of France and Switzerland.

  4. Darlene Carbajal says

    Yum! I love cheese!

  5. Antoinette M says

    I love cheese and would like to experience Cheeses of Europe! I think I would like the Mimolette.

  6. Brittany Potter says

    They all look so yummy! I have never had the pleasure to sample Cheeses of Europe. If only I were that lucky!

  7. i lived in cleveland never been there i would love to try them but i would like amercan only

  8. I enjoy cheese, but I’ve never heard of Mimolette. I would love to try it!

  9. We would love to visit a place like this. Thank you for sharing.

  10. Sheila Ressel says

    Swiss and Gouda are favorites of ours. Haven’t tried the others but would love to.

  11. laurie damrose says

    What a fun adventure for taste buds!

  12. Christy Peeples DuBois says

    I have not heard of them until now. I love cheese and this sounds like a great way to experience some new favorites. Thanks for introducing me to this brand.

  13. Kim Pincombe-Cole says

    We wanted to do this the last time we were in that area for a Reds game weekend, but ran out of time!

  14. Wendy Forbes says

    I’ve never had the chance to experience Cheeses of Europe, but it sounds lovely. I am a cheese lover and Colby is my favorite.

  15. Casey Garvey says

    The truth is that I dont care for cheese! I just am NOT a cheese person. When I am do get cheese, its yellow american or NONE.

  16. Linda Manns Linneman says

    I love trying different cheese. This sounds like an awesome time. Such a variety to try. Thank you so much for sharing this experience

  17. gloria patterson says

    I would love to go to something like this. There are so many cheese and they are expensive. But if you know what something taste like it is worth it for a just a small piece.

  18. One of my favorite appetizers are cheese plates. These all look so delicious.

  19. kara bryant says

    Everything looks sooo good! I want some grapes and cheese right now.

  20. Jeanna Massman says

    I would love to attend a cheese tasting.

  21. Angela Saver says

    We are cheese lovers, soI would absolutely love experiencing Cheeses of Europe! ! My favorite cheese is Gouda, but I love just about all cheese!

  22. Holly Thomas says

    Lucky you, I wish we had this in my area!

  23. Linda Manns Linneman says

    This sounds like so much fun. I would have loved being there. Thank you so much for sharing

  24. I’ll be on the lookout for this. I want to try the Mimolette.

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