Kapiti™ Kikorangi
Blue Cheese

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Kapiti™ Kikorangi is known across New Zealand for its unmistakable flavor and buttery texture – unlike any other blue cheese on the market. With a golden curd and beautiful blue veining, this triple cream cheese is visually stunning to boot. It’s the ideal blue cheese when you’re looking to add a premium touch to cheese plates and menu pairings.


Old World technique, contemporary appeal.
Kapiti™ Kikorangi (meaning “sky blue” in Maori) is an intense, decadent blue cheese unique to New Zealand.

This artisan-inspired cheese has won many awards, including Champion of Champions at the Cuisine NZ Champions of Cheese Awards.

The flavors of Kapiti™ Kikorangi are complex but complementary, intensifying with age. Milk from grass-fed cows lends a golden hue to the curd and translates into a rich, buttery palate with clean acid to balance the indulgent body.

The rind adds a delicious earthy quality,and the finish combines a delicious blue bite with sweet milk and nutty notes.

A rich network of blue veins rounds out the flavor profile and adds visual impact as well.


Distinctive Kapiti™ Kikorangi makes a strong impact on any menu when paired with complementary food and drinks. Here are some flavorful options to get you started!

Dried fruit
Apricot, blueberry, cherry, fig, peach and plum.

Fresh fruit
Apple, apricot, blueberry, cherry, fig, peach, pear, plum and quince.

Mushroom ragout, roasted peppers, green salads and pickled vegetables.

Cured or braised meats, bacon and steak.

Belgian lambic, Hefeweizen, blonde ale and pale ale.

Brut, brut rosé, blanc de blancs, blanc de noirs and demi-sec.

White wine
Riesling, Gewürztraminer, ice wine, Sauternes and Barsac.

Red wine
Pinot Noir, Sangiovese, southern Rhône, tawny port and ruby port.


Product Name: Kapiti™ Kikorangi Blue Cheese
Pack Size: 2.2 lbs
Product Code: 115235
Case GTN: 10852358001478
Case Dimensions: 8.07" x 5.51′′ x 4.33′′
Net Weight: 2.2 lbs
TI/HI: 264/ pallet

Storage & Handling

For best results::

  • The shelf life under refrigerated conditions (36-39°F) is 154 days