Asturian Tradition and Bold Innovation: Introducing Mamá Marisa

October 19, 2023 Rogers Collection

In Spain, ‘Artesanal’ means raw milk. And that is what Rey Silo has been doing for twenty years: making very distinct raw milk cheeses including their newest cheese, a blue, named “MAMÁ MARISA”. This cheese was crafted to express two qualities they deem essential in cheese: complexity and balance. 

World’s Most Expensive Cheese Sells for $32K at Auction

August 31, 2023 Ben Cost, New York Post

A single 4.8-pound wheel of the semi-hard, pungent dairy product — which is matured in the mountain caves of Asturias in Northern Spain — went under the hammer for €30,000 ($32,408.10), setting a new Guinness World Record.

Treasure Cave Celebrates Blue Cheese Lovers And Welcomes Newcomers With New Brand Campaign, Elevated Packaging

August 9, 2023 Saputo USA

Saputo USA’s Treasure Cave, America’s original cave-aged blue cheese brand, announced today the launch of a wonderful and wacky new brand campaign that invites consumers to explore the brand’s blue cheese flavor and cave origins with the notion that “You Might Love It Here.” The campaign features a series of ads that bring a mystical treasure cave to life, with characters as bold and flavorful as blue cheese itself.

Rogue Creamery’s Bluehorn Blue Cheese Takes Home “Super Gold” Medal at 2022 World Cheese Awards

November 9, 2022 Rogue Creamery

Rogue Creamery made a splash at The Guild of Fine Food’s World Cheese Awards held in Wales last week. 4,434 cheeses from 42 countries around the globe were blind-tasted by 250 of the world’s leading cheese experts; from these, 96 cheeses were awarded “Super Gold” medals. Rogue’s organic, wine-soaked Bluehorn blue cheese was among them – one of only four USA cheeses to receive the distinction this year.   

Canada’s Only Cheese Master Issues Challenge to Kim Kardashian for a BLUE Christmas

December 8, 2021 Castello

Canada’s only Maître Fromager, Afrim Pristine, is issuing a fun challenge to Kim Kardashian: “Kim …. it’s time for a Blue [cheese] Christmas!”