Colby

  • TextureSemi-hard
  • FlavorMild/tangy
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What is Colby cheese? A Wisconsin original

Colby cheese is a semi-hard cheese named after the small town in north-central Wisconsin where it was developed in 1874. Ironically, while Colby is widely available throughout Wisconsin, it is no longer produced in Colby. The best-known style of Colby is Longhorn; Colby Longhorn cheese is named for the long, cylindrical shape in which it is molded. Although it is considered a semi-hard cheese, it is softer and moister than Cheddar, with a milder flavor because it is produced through a washed-curd process.

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Please note that many natural cheeses do not travel well in hot weather, so some will not be available during late-spring and/or summer months.

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