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Gluten-Free Food Suggestion: Beehive Cheddar - Tasty, Flavorful Cheeses to Enjoy


I'm such a cheese fanatic and some days I can't resist but over eat cheese. Anyone else like that? Well, I love gourmet cheeses. Some kinds you just want to be able to sit back with a glass of wine and enjoy a slice of some tasty cheddar. I have found that gourmet experience with Beehive Cheese.

You know how I discovered this cheese? Through the Avery Aames Cheese Shop Mystery books! It's a fun series by the way, perfect for the cheese lover, because the cheeses mentioned in the book are REAL. So I had to see what this was like and I was so happy the company was willing to send me some samples to try.  (P.S. This is the series by the way! Check it out.

The Beehive Cheese Company was started by brothers-in-law Tim Welsh and Pat Ford who left their software jobs to start this cheese company. Any other fellow cubical workers envying this like I am? They brought back the local creamery to northern Utah and their business is family owned and operated. Check out more of their history

Anyways I enjoyed each of the cheeses that I tried. I got the chance to try out a few different kinds! I was a HUGE fan of the Seahive Cheese. They describe this cheddar on their site as being creamy and I love creamy cheeses. They make for excellent cheesy scrambled eggs and I actually tried this with eggs and it was SO good.

You know what was a unique tasty experience? The Barely Buzzed! It had a mix of honey and lavender taste and if you are making up a spicy sort of recipe, I would say sprinkle some of this cheddar on top. This is very unique good stuff.

Honestly I enjoyed all of the cheeses that I had the chance to try. I also tried Promontory Beehive Original and Big John's Cajun, which was a spicier type of cheese. These were just fun to snack on and sprinkle on some of my cheesey recipes.

I absolutely highly recommend you check this cheese out and purchase some to try. If you are cheese fanatic like I am, I think you will enjoy this cheddar. It offers so much flavor experience.

I received the above items in exchange for my honest review.

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