Our Brands

The Cheese Lover Shop is proud to sell cheese brands from the foothills of France to the heart of the Midwest. These cheesemakers prioritize only the best ingredients and methods, creating cheese beloved around the world.

alouette cheeses spreadable

Alouette cheese

Alouette has been making creamy, French-inspired cheeses in Pennsylvania for more than 40 years. These delicious cheeses add a burst of flavor to all cheese boards.
cheese board with chavrie garlic and herbs cranberry & orange peel, crackers, nuts, olives

Chavrie Goat cheese

Creamy with a touch of tang, Chavrie’s classic goat cheese logs, spreadable cheeses, and flavored options add excitement and flavor to recipes and cheese boards alike.
selection of dorothy's cheese

Dorothy's creamery

Based in Lena, Illinois, Dorothy’s specializes in crafting creamy, iconic flower-shaped cheeses. Available in an array of craveworthy flavors, the cheeses have been made since the late 19th century, when the original creamery was opened.
ile de france camembert and brie

Ile de France cheese

Ile de France shares a name with the first refrigerated liner to bring authentic French Brie to America in 1936. Today, the brand continues to deliver the emblematic cheese, in addition to other French varieties.
Rogue Creamery Oregon Blue cheese

Rogue Creamery

This Oregon-based cheesemaker uses practices developed in the Roquefort region of France to create its award-winning blue cheese, stateside.
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Saint Agur

This award-winning creamy blue is made in the Auvergne region of France. It’s a stand out for its smooth, mild taste.
salad bowl with baked salmon and saint andré cheese

Saint André

This buttery triple crème cheese is a tempting delicacy. Made in Northern France, it’s an impeccably creamy cheese, with a superior cream-to-rind ratio.
Smithfield whipped cream cheese

Smithfield Cream Cheese

Made with only the finest ingredients using the original Amish recipe, this luscious cream cheese has been a favorite for more than 85 years.

Supreme cheese

Based in Lena, Illinois, Supreme crafts creamy, Brie-inspired cheeses using locally sourced milk. The soft, buttery cheese is easy to melt and eat, without the bitterness of other Bries.
Esquirrou platter


Ossau Iraty is a well-known cheese from the “Pays Basque”, region bordering France and Spain. Esquirrou dedicate their craftsmanship toward making this delicious ewe’s milk cheese. This small Ossau Iraty is a PDO cheese following ancestral traditions and strict rules to allow its seal of quality, perfection and its appellation.
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Roquefort Papillon

First cheese to be granted the PDO seal, in 1925, Roquefort is an unmissable French cheese. With its spicy notes, Roquefort Papillon is elegantly balanced between softness and crumbliness. This raw sheep’s milk cheese aged in natural caves will transport you straight to the south France countryside.
Photo of Cayrol Cheese


With its unique flavors, goat’s milk is behind some of the most delicious cheeses in France. One such cheese is Cayrol, made from the milk of two goat breeds. Indulge in its uniqueness and be transported to the Pyrénées.
Photo of Chaumes Cheese


Each taste of Chaumes yields a surprising balance. Semi-soft and playfully bouncy, this cheese is ideal for a warm night on a breezy terrace, with a crisp paired white.
Photo of the perfect way to pair with Etorki


One slice of Etorki Reserve packs in nutty, mild creaminess, recalling 4,000 years of cheesemaking in Basque country. Take a bite and become a part of this beautiful history.
Photo of Maroilles Cheese


Maroilles is like the sun—intense, luscious, and golden. Take a bite and feel the warm French rays light up your face and excite your palate with its tangy sweetness.
Photo of Montagnard Cheese


Silky smooth and decadently earthy, Montagnard is a French award-winning cheese from the Vosges, a rippling mountain range dotted with lakes and the occasional castle. Each bite of this mountain cow’s milk cheese will transport you to another place.
Photo of SaintAlbray Cheese


The petal wedges of a round of Saint Albray combine to create a unique flower—perfect for coaxing out the nutty, creamy taste. Milder than Camembert, this cheese comes to you from the Pyrénées, ready to whisk you to the Southwestern foothills of France.