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Topic: whisky&cheese
Posted By: eric m
Subject: whisky&cheese
Date Posted: 19.04.2008 at 10:12
For the adventurers try the next combinations
      Bushmills 16yo with gjetost (Scandinavian caramelized goatscheese)
      Bowmore with boeren leidse met sleutels(or the imitation of  it ,nokkel-      ost)
      Laphroiag with stilton (well matured one)
      Dalmore 12yo  with matured Gouda(aged at least 1 year)
 
      Does someone has other recommandations?
      I`m pleased to hear them as well.
  
 
      Eric.



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Posted By: whiskyportal
Date Posted: 24.08.2008 at 16:56
Also worth trying is parmesan cheese and a good grainwhisky Thumbs%20Up
 
Cheers
Dennis


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Posted By: eric m
Date Posted: 11.09.2008 at 12:03
Also worth a try Glenmorangie portwoodfinish with(predictableWink)blue Stilton,very tasty.
 
Eric


Posted By: scotchdrinker
Date Posted: 28.01.2009 at 00:46
Originally posted by eric m

Also worth a try Glenmorangie portwoodfinish with(predictableWink)blue Stilton,very tasty.
 
Eric


I had never even thought of that but that sounds totally amazing. Unfortunately I am having a horrible time finding Glenmo Port Wood Finish especially since it was discontinued :( My mouth is watering just thinking about it. Well i will have to find another combination to try.

Any recommendations for what would go well with Humboldt Fog blue cheese?


Posted By: whiskyportal
Date Posted: 28.01.2009 at 13:54

Try the Glenmoriangie Quinta Ruban. It is (in my opinion) far better than the discontinued Portwood Finish.

Dennis


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Dennis Klindrup
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Posted By: scotchdrinker
Date Posted: 28.01.2009 at 22:26
Dennis,

Are you say I should try the Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban with Humboldt Fog cheese or just that I should try the Quinta Ruban?
I am already planning on trying the Quinta Ruban, I just haven't gotten around to it yet.
Do you have any recommendations of what would go well with Humboldt fog? I usually have wine with it but I am open to suggestions of Whiskies  to have with it.


Posted By: whiskyportal
Date Posted: 28.01.2009 at 22:51
Sorry, I have never tasted the Humboldt Fog cheese, so I can't really suggest anything to go with that. The suggestion was just to try the Quinta Ruban with whatever you used to eat with the Port Finish.
 
I have tried to look for the Homboldt Fog chees, but can't find it. So please share any "test results" you make Tongue
 
Dennis


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Dennis Klindrup
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Posted By: scotchdrinker
Date Posted: 28.01.2009 at 22:57
Dennis,
Below are some links that I found about the cheese. maybe they will help you find them in your neck of the woods. Or if there are other cheeses you know of that are similar to this one let me know. I am always open to trying a new cheese. Hope the links are helpful. There are so many more if you want more info, google it.
Whatever tastings I do I will let you know.
Thanks for your help and suggestions.

http://www.cypressgrovechevre.com/cheeses/section_3.0.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Humboldt_Fog

http://www.reluctantgourmet.com/humboldt_fog_cheese.htm


Posted By: eric m
Date Posted: 03.02.2009 at 09:42
I never tried the Quinta Ruban finish but i have tried the quinta`s port,very fruity,might try a dram in the pub once to see how the whisky is like.
Eric.


Posted By: kane22
Date Posted: 12.10.2009 at 22:55
I would definitely try that out . Thanks for the information as I love to try out various combination.

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Kane http://www.gocubans.com - Habanos


Posted By: coolpal28
Date Posted: 13.10.2009 at 11:44
fabulous recipe i have come across. i live single and dont know to cook anything...you guys gave a real way out for my problem... i have tried ur some of the recipes... believe me it was splendid.... awesome...
thanks... keep posting here!!! 


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Henry Roddrick


Posted By: eric m
Date Posted: 22.03.2010 at 09:44
Well everyone knows the classic Port&Stilton but for all whiskyfreaks here`s a nice combination.
Shropshire blue with Lapfroiag,is a big bottle too expensive use a miniature and pour it over the cheese,put it aside till all the whisky is absorbed.
 
Eric.


Posted By: Kapil
Date Posted: 02.10.2010 at 10:07
Hi,
I tried Quinta Ruban it have a good taste but  I have never tasted the Humboldt Fog cheese, so I can't suggest any thing for this and i have  got some information by http://forum.singaporeexpats.com/ftopic73128.html check it once.

Thanks.



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