Taleggio is becoming increasingly difficult to import, as Australian testing requirements make it near impossible for this particular cheese to pass. The problem is the cheese is tested for Ecoli, which is practically everywhere, and the test is only an indicative test, which does not discriminate between the toxic and non toxic strains. The Tolerance level as set by Food Standards Australia and New Zealand is about 100 times lower than world standards. So, when a cheese fails, the whole batch has to be thrown out and it becomes an unviable product to import. While Taleggio is quite a unique cheese, there are many alternatives depending on what you are using it for. Just about any soft, washed rind cheese will suffice in most cooking applications. So, King River Gold, Pont L'eveque, Munster, St Nectaire, etc.