Oregonzela from Rogue Creamery, Selling Oregon Cheese by the Wheel to the World

Playfulness beats brainy in many instances including cheese.

I like a cheese like Oregonzola from Rogue Creamery whose name makes me smile even though I have not tasted it.

Culture Magazine reports in Rogue Creamery: Ambassadors of Cheese that "their moldy exports have been sold in the United Kingdom, France, Australia, Japan, Canada, and Spain since 2007."

You can buy a whole wheel of Oregonzola for $129.

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