Shullsburg Creamery - Smoked Swiss Cheese - 7 Pound Loaf by Shullsburg Creamery at Old Cheney Road Farmers Market. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. From Emmental Switzerland, Swiss immigrants brought their cheemaking skills to Wisconsin. Our Swiss today is the best available. Once the cheese
Product Description & Reviews
From Emmental Switzerland, Swiss immigrants brought their cheemaking skills to Wisconsin. Our Swiss today is the best available. Once the cheese has properly aged we smoke it in our custom cold smoker giving this a mild smokey flavor while keepping the sweet, nut-like flavor typical for Swiss cheese. Sold as a whole loaf. Loaf size is approximately 7 pounds, but because this is a natural cheese, the weight will vary slightly.
Features & Highlights
- Natural Swiss cheese
- Rich smoky flavor
- Add extra flavor to recipes calling for Swiss cheese
- Economical 7 pound loaf
- Order more than one item from any of the Shullsburg Creamery product lines and save on shipping (see shipping rates and policies)
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