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Cheesethread anyone? Jacob, the Hipster 12/03/24(Sat)04:58 No. 2148
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I'm a newfag, so correct me if I'm wrong, but I see no cheese to go with the wine threads. So let's start one, eh?


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Wine Connoisseur 12/04/08(Sun)07:08 No. 2154

Yes.


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Wine Connoisseur 12/05/11(Fri)20:04 No. 2170

I'm a fan of emdam


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Wine Connoisseur 12/05/22(Tue)23:04 No. 2176

A nice havarti is superior to all other cheeses. The aroma and soft texture contribute to the most exquisite of bodily pleasures.


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Wine Connoisseur 12/05/22(Tue)23:16 No. 2177

There used to be a brick brie called Bon Brie we'd go and get a little sliver of after church as a kid. It was a big deal because it was imported from Wisconsin and super expensive. It was wonderful and had a texture and flavor unlike anything else I've ever tasted before or since. I can't find anything on it anywhere.

But a nice Havarti is a close second. Can't be beat.

I had some cave aged emmenthaler or something in Switzerland and it was a mild psychedelic. Pretty amazing dreams that night. No matter what kind, what is considered cheese in the US is very different than what's considered cheese in Europe. Weird, since all our cheesemakers are european descendants.


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Wine Connoisseur 12/06/14(Thu)21:42 No. 2189

>>2177
Wait... do you mean to say that you put the cheese, pardon my language, in your mouth? That is both obscene and absurd, and frankly I must ask that you never mention such vulgar behaviour again, for decency's sake, and for the sake of my own stomach.


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Wine Connoisseur 12/06/21(Thu)03:31 No. 2193

I enjoy a hoop cheese once in a while. Though some may call it ghetto, It lends a mild yet delicious taste to any wine.


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Wine Connoisseur 12/10/24(Wed)19:31 No. 2242

I refuse to let this thread die so easily.


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Wine Connoisseur 13/08/04(Sun)15:40 No. 2304

The only cheese a dapper dipper like myself requires is a fine smegma.


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Wine Connoisseur 13/09/04(Wed)07:55 No. 2313
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>>2304


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Wine Connoisseur 13/10/03(Thu)19:06 No. 2317
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Gentleman, it seems to me that the most intense, intimate and hedonic means of enjoying the finest cheeses require that a man's member has been spared the cruelest of cuts. At risk of sounding gauche, many men, especially those of us who reside in these United States of America, lack a foreskin. I, myself, have experimented with various soft cheese - mostly derived from fine goat milks - as well as double-cream bries, and yet I feel like I am missing out on a certain I-don't-know-what.


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Wine Connoisseur 19/10/31(Thu)00:44 No. 3502

Personally I am partial to a well aged, smoked gouda. There is a tangy charm that accompanies a fine gouda, though some number of my peers swear even by a goat gouda of which I am unfamiliar, as the bitterness confuses the delicate satchel of my scrotum.

All this being said, of course I agree with the masters within this thread that appreciate a fine havarti, which for me comes in a very close second. Let us talk also of muenster in the future, gentlemen. Three words,"Free real estate".


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Wine Connoisseur 21/01/01(Fri)01:52 No. 3524
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>>2304



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