Colby Cheese was originally called "Colby Cheddar" and was named after the town where it was first made: Colby, Wisconsin. The recipe is close to that of high moisture Cheddar Cheese, but is a bit milder than cheddar. The recipe for Monterey Jack is close to Colby, except that it is white instead of yellow.
Choose from our wide variety or combination of Colby and Jack Cheeses. These cheeses melt exceptionally well and enhance a variety of baked dishes, as well as make super toppings for burgers or chicken. They also make wonderful party trays for family gatherings or a summer barbecue. White Zinfandel or your favorite Pale Ale is a must to accompany our Colby and Jack cheese.
Jack Cheeses are easily manipulated with many flavors, and we've got some exotic ones, Checken Soup for example. Try it as a grilled cheese sandwich! Or, Try OUR Habanero Pepper Jack in one of your favorite Mexican dishes. The Cheesemaker puts extra peppers in just for you!