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Singing the Blues

Author: Kim Hill
Issue: February, 2009, Page 80
Photography by David B. Moore
1. SINI FULVI GORGONZOLA
With its mild flavor and smooth, creamy texture, this product reminded tasters of a blue cheese “spread.”

2. BOROUGH MARKET STILTON
The most “aged” in appearance, this entry tasted “strong and super pungent” to some testers.

3. BUTTERMILK BLUE CHEESE
Its “zesty” aroma was appealing, but taste reviews were mixed. Some tasters said it was sharp; others called it bland.

4. PAPILLON ROQUEFORT
With its creamy texture and dark-green veining, this cheese looked great, but its sharp taste was too strong for some testers.

5. DANISH DANABLUE CHEESE
Pale in color with varying shades of green veining, this cheese’s taste reviews ranged from “sweet” to “flat” to “great.”

6. KING’S ISLAND DAIRY
This top vote-getter prompted one panelist to note: “Its exciting flavor comes alive in my mouth.”
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