If you are someone who tends to be hesitant when it comes to singing the blues, I have a rich and creamy one for you—Blue Castello. This Brie-like triple crème hails from Denmark. Made from pasteurized cow’s milk, Blue Castello is a distant off-shoot of Gorgonzola Dolce, with a higher fat content and a subtler flavor.
The exterior grey, brown and white surface molds from its natural rind are responsible for the distinct flavor and aroma of this cheese. Enriched with cream, the interior ivory paste has blue veining running throughout the cheese in fairly broad horizontal strokes.
Smelling of mushrooms, with the taste of subtle spicy notes, this is a delectable and buttery treat for those blues lovers that enjoy something mellow.
Speaking of BIG BLUE, if you love them fierce and powerful then tune in Sunday for the Cheese Head take down!
Big Blue vs Cheddar… GO GIANTS!!!!