Cheese Culture

Cheddar Sharpness Scale
Cheese Sharpness Scale - What's the Sharpest Cheddar?
Whether you're cooking a weekday dinner or preparing for a celebration, cheddar makes everything better. Often used in soups, dips, and appetizers, cheddar is packed with flavor, making it a versatile ingredient. It also tastes great on top of crackers...
Cheese Traits
Cheese Traits & Origins
Learn about the different cheese varieties, along with a few cheddar cheese facts. We really know what we’re talking about when it comes to anything having to do with cheese. We know how it’s made, how it’s best served and how to...
Cheese
Cheese Glossary
Enjoy learning about cheese! Our cheese glossary brings all your favorite cheese terms to one place. Find out essential cheese definitions to sound like a true fromager.   A Acidity A tart flavor in cheese caused by lactic acid. Affineur A person who...
Meet Cabot's Cheese Graders
Meet Cabot’s Cheese Graders
Using a craft that’s equal parts art and science, our graders decide what mouthwatering variety each cheese becomes. Meet Ted Brown Ted has been a Cabot Cheese grader since 1996. His favorite cheese is Cabot Private Stock Cheddar Cheese. “I love...
Types of Cheddar
Types of Cheddar Cheese
Wondering what the differences are between the many types of cheddar cheeses available? The difference between the different types of cheddar comes down to one factor: Aging! Mild Cheddar Mild Cheddar is aged 2 – 3 months and has a buttery, smooth...
Crafting Cabot Cheddar
Crafting Cabot Cheese
Over the past 100 years, we’ve learned a thing or two about making cheese. Our process is built on traditional methods, the highest food safety standards, and the freshest ingredients. Here’s how we make the World’s Best Cheddar. Step 1 » Our...
Facts about Cheddar Cheese & Dairy
Facts About Cheddar Cheese & Dairy
Cheddar cheese is arguably the world’s most popular cheese—and Vermont is the home of the World’s Best Cheddar. You’ve got questions, we’ve got answers! White vs. Yellow Cheddar Cheese Coloring was originally added to distinguish where the Cheddar cheese was...