Berkshire Blue, a cheese made in Great Barrington, MA by Ira Gramble, has a smooth, polished flavor that begs for a cigar, a glass of port and a comfy armchair.
Berkswell, easily identifiable by its brown, basket-textured rind and flying-saucer shape, boasts savory, fruity flavors and a compact, often crumbly texture.
Bijou is the French word for "jewel", and these petit, glistening cheeses are the perfect embodiment. Styled after the classic Crottin de Chavignol, each Bijou weighs in at around 2 to 3 ounces.
Bleu d Auvergne
Bleu d'Auvergne is made in the traditional manner from cow's milk and features blue veining throughout. Its moist, sticky rind conceals a soft paste possessing a grassy, herbaceous, and (with age) spicy, pungent taste.
Bleu des Basques
Bleu des Basques Brebis is an artisan sheep’s milk blue made in the Pyrénées mountains, a region of the French Basque country.
Blu del Moncenisio
Blu del Moncenisio is a full-flavored cow's milk blue cheese from the Piedmont region in Northern Italy. It has a pungent, peppery, and luscious flavor.