I'll eat the blue cheese. Thanks!
Somebody else can have my brie. nasty stuff.
And I can't understand the passion for cheeses that are basically just tasteless fat--monterey jack, for example, or mild cheddar. Something with a little bite or pungency, please. (Goat cheese, swiss, and havarti are delicious mild cheeses.)
Well, that's why pepperjack is on my list but Monterey jack isn't. And I agree, mild Cheddar might as well be American processed cheese product.
Now, Market Square Cheese in Lake Delton, WI, and Humbird Cheese in Tomah, sell a twelve-year cavern-aged extra sharp Cheddar which has much nommitude. And for lovers of smelly cheeses, they have Aged Stinky Brick cheese, foil wrapped. They also do a flavored Cheddar where the curds are soaked in Guiness before pressing.
You can even order online: http://www.humbirdcheese.com/shopping/home.php