If Americans were to vote for a national cheese, the winner would almost certainly be hearty and historic cheddar. Even though most of us tend to think of cheddar simply on the mild-to-sharp spectrum, there’s enormous range to this cow’s milk cheese. True, cheddar’s birthplace was England, but it wasn’t until it landed on our shores that it got the freedom it deserves. Wisconsin does more with cheddar than England ever dreamed of. From our vast array of flavored and rubbed cheddars, to our many cheddar hybrids, cheddar realizes its true potential in Wisconsin’s hands. If Wisconsin cheddar is on the table, we’re going back for more every time.