Excited to play on the new cheese board!
I am lucky enough to live in NYC where the lovely knowledgeable folks at Murray's cheese guide you through lots of things. And relatively speaking, Cremeux de Bourgogne is pretty inexpensive.
For those who haven't had it, it's a ridiculously delicious triple cream. Like St Andre before it was industrially produced and lost its soul, with more depth and flavor. And it has a beautiful meltiness at room temperature that just oozes creamy salty goodness all over whatever cheese scooping vehicle you slather it on.
My question is what alternatives are out there for when I can't get to Murray's? St Andre is too bland, delice de bourgogne (which they have at NYC Fairway stores) is passable. What else?