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From types of cheese to cheese terminology, explore these informative articles from Black Diamond and expand your cheese knowledge.
Marvel Over Marble (Illustration)

Marvel Over Marble

Discover how marble is made by blending double delicious cheddars together.

Marble Cheddar is a blend of white and orange cheddars. What differentiates white and orange cheddar, is a flavourless and odourless vegetable dye used to create that signature orange colour.

Rich in taste, smooth and buttery in texture, and fun in appearance, marble is one of the most popular Black Diamond cheeses.

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From the Village to your Plate: Aged Cheddar (Illustration)

From the Village to your Plate: Aged Cheddar

Cheddar Cheese came to life in the humid caves of the village of Cheddar in Somerset England,...

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illage to your Plate: Aged Cheddar (Illustration)

illage to your Plate: Aged Cheddar

Cheddar Cheese came to life in the humid caves of the village of Cheddar in Somerset England, in...

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Correlation Between Spreading Smiles
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Cheese Facts
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Correlation Between Spreading Smiles

Cheese truth #8: Spreading Cheese Spread leads to the spreading of smiles.

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Drink Pairing
Drink Pairing (Illustration)
Pilsner Pairings
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Drink Pairing
Drink Pairing (Illustration)

Pilsner Pairings

Pairing is all about balance, so when you are enjoying a beer with a lighter taste profile it's important to make sure that the cheese doesn't overpower the beer. Pair delicate beers with young, delicate cheeses like mild cheddar.

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Range of Strength in Cheese Trays
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Range of Strength in Cheese Trays

Start mild and finish strong: When assembling a cheese tray, arrange cheeses from mildest to strongest.

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Marble Cheddar Cheese (Illustration)

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