Thursday, July 04, 2013

10 Cheeses and Their Literary Counterparts

The list, care of Airship Daily.

From said list...

Cabot Clothbound Cheddar: Ernest Hemingway

This traditional, natural-rind cheddar is a very straight forward cheese – it wins you over right away. No bull. Its taste is clear and concise, salty and sweet, yet there is a great deal below the surface.  Perfect for the writer known for his subtly. It takes a true cheese expert to identify the caramelized, sweet fruit and toasted nut flavors inside this cheese’s milky goodness. Once you taste it, it’s a little like the first time you realized what Hemingway was really talking about in Hills like White Elephants. The Cabot Clothbound is also the perfect party cheese to compete with La Tur – hear that Fitzgerald?

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