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Des Basques Aged Cheddar
Des Basques Aged Cheddar
Des Basques Aged Cheddar
Des Basques Aged Cheddar
Des Basques Aged Cheddar

Des Basques Aged Cheddar

Fromagerie des Basques



M.F. : 31% Moisture : 39%

This firm, rindless cheese is made from 100% pure pasteurized milk, and contains no modified milk ingredients. The Fromagerie des Basques produces a wide range of high-quality, distinctive aged Cheddars, which are as coveted as they are tasty:

- Des Basques Cheddar  Medium – aged for 3 to 6 months
- Des Basques Cheddar  Strong – aged for 6 to 12 months
- Des Basques Cheddar  Extra Strong – aged for 12 to 24 months
- Des Basques Aged Cheddar – aged for 2 to 7 years

All these cheeses are top-notch, with splendid flavour! Aged Cheddar’s merits are well-established. Is there anywhere it doesn’t fit in? It sits proudly on our tables and can be enjoyed in countless ways, from the simplest arrangements to the most sophisticated preparations. Aged Cheddar is a staple of our daily lives!

The Fromagerie des Basques is located on a scenic road in the beautiful Bas-Saint-Laurent region. It has a splendid view of the St. Lawrence and of Île aux Basques, which it is named after. Over the years, it has become a major attraction for lovers of fine products. It is well-known for its squeaky fresh Cheddar and its excellent range of cheeses in unique flavours with local accents.

Des Basques Aged Cheddar is available at the Fromagerie des Basques and in the refrigerated section of supermarkets, convenience stores and service stations as well as in several fine grocery stores and specialty grocery stores, from La Pocatière to the Gaspésie region and all the way to the border of New Brunswick.


Aromatic and supple

These medium-bodied wines offer supple tannins that of ten carry a certain roundness. They are usually dominated by aromas of ripened fruit or woody notes (toast, coffee or vanilla).

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Fruity and vibrant

These dry wines have a fruity, floral nose while offering a certain richness on the palate. Their acidity gives them a pleasant liveliness.

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