2 Year Aged Cheddar 1 lb Bronze Winner at World Awards competition Heritage: Prior to 1850, nearly all the cheese produced in the United States was Cheddar. Cheddar production in Wisconsin began in the mid 1800’s and by 1880, more Cheddar was produced in Wisconsin than any other cheese variety. Today it accounts for a large percentage of the cheese made in the state, which makes Wisconsin the leader in U.S. Cheddar production. Description: Rich, nutty flavor becomes increasingly sharp with age. Smooth, firm texture becomes more granular and crumbly with age. Usually golden; also available white. Slice for sandwiches, snacks; shred into casseroles, soups, sauces.
Good and sharp and the” texture” is just right. And by the way, the service is great,too.
RP Ringelstetter –
Having made cheese in Wisconsin, California and Idaho for 27 years I can tell you that Joe and his crew make their cheese the right way. No short cuts here. From the openings in the colby cheese to the shelf cured Brick cheese. These cheeses are second to none. You can buy these cheeses knowing that you will serving the best. I just wish more cheesemakers took this much pride in what they do and not chase the almighty dollar.
Well done Joe?
I haven’t had a better cheddar in I couldn’t tell you when. So much flavor and the texture is smooth with lots of body.
Richard Ringelstetter –
Having run cheese plants myself for 27 years I can assure everyone that Widmer sharp cheddar is the epitome of quality cheddar cheese. Buy this and serve it with pride that you are serving the best.
Phillip Cathey –
This 4 year old cheddar is what every cheese lover could ever want. It has that tangy flavor that leaves you wanting more Bravo!
Jodi liked the 2 year old cheddar; from some one who does not like strong cheese.
This 2-year aged cheddar is the best cheese you will ever taste. It is a great snack and makes terrific grilled cheese sandwiches. A bowl of soup and a cheddar cheese sandwich is comfort food at its best.
David Lunzmann –
5 Stars isn’t even close, 10 stars is a bit short….It’s a Star cheese among among a star cheese family…So Wonderful!