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Tête de Moine (2 lbs)

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Tête de Moine is a semi-soft, rich, and tangy cheese made from fresh part-skim cow's milk, cheese culture, salt and enzymes.

It is shaved into thin "rosettes" with a "girolle" rotating blade in order to develop its distinct flavors.
Tête de Moine is a cheese with a pronounced tangy flavor.

Product of Switzerland. 


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  1. For cheese lovers 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 22nd Dec 2020

    I bought the girolle, that is called a curler and ready for the tete-de-moine. This cheese doesn't disappoint the true cheese lover. I did cut off the rind when using the girolle, that way the curled cheese looks like a white flower. We love it.

  2. Fabulous Cheese 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 26th Dec 2019

    Tete de Moine is a fabulous cheese from Switzerland. As well as its sublime taste, it is carved into florets by using a girolle - entertaining your party guests as you serve them an appetizer. High recommend!

  3. Tete de Moines 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 5th Feb 2017

    Served this at a party and it was a tremendous hit! Excellent quality. I would suggest you also sell the girolle as I wanted one made in Switzerland and it was a bit tough to find. Gave it and the cheese as a gift that was really appreciated!

    Everything I have purchased over the years from Swiss Favorites has always delighted and been exactly as expected. Thank you

  4. For Theresa 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 24th Aug 2015

    customer service by Theresa way beyond expectations, regarding "misplaced"shipment!

  5. great price 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 26th May 2014

    My Girolle has been idle for too long
    Great price for this item

  6. A great conversation piece 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 2nd Mar 2014

    What makes this cheese unique is not only its richness and "peppery" aroma, but also the way it is served with a Girolle to scrape it and make "flowers". It becomes a great conversation piece. By all means, eat it with your hands with cracked walnuts or pecans.