Sure, you've heard of Cambozola. Brie-style pasteurized cow's milk cheese with the barest hint of blue veining - what's not to love? Well, until you've tried the Black Label, you haven't experienced the utmost in creamy blues. How's this one different? Well, for starters, the gray mold on the rind brings another layer of nuance to the flavor profile. A longer ripening time also enhances the taste and texture. A great introduction to blue cheese for those who might be intimidated by some of the more intense specimens on offer - try it with something bubbly and brut.

4.4

62 ratings

tg

a month ago

Not funky at all. Just a really delicious, creamy blue cheese!

Kyle Rhee

2 months ago

A blue cheese that hits the spot. Instead of a chalky texture this is very smooth like butter and also tastes and feels like butter. The blue adds a nice funk but actually not as much as I’d like. It’s a very subtle hint. Overall, fantastic cheese to die for.

Jenna

2 months ago

Good snacking blue cheese, great with some jam. Good for people who want something mild.

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