This "cute baby" is a showstopper with its luscious and spreadable paste.
These luscious and pudgy wheels are milky and buttery with a sweet paste and a spreadable texture. The little darlings have been brine washed for 2 weeks during aging and the rind develops just a bit of delicate geotrichum dusting.
This award-winning, interesting and creamy washed rind is the perfect introduction to stinky cheese. It is clean and savory with a smooth and pliable texture- not too pungent but still earthy and interesting. It is hand flipped and washed every other day using a liquid of water, salt, and the cultures geotrichum and brevibacterium linens
These bloomy wheels are fluffy downy white on the outside with a pearly white and crumbly paste. They are tangy and goaty with plenty of mineral flavor. The name references the penicillium candidum and geotrichum candidum that form the bloomy rind (as well as a Voltaire novel).
Let’s work hard and get dirty! This mixed milk wheel is a seven-pound gem utilizing the fatty qualities of cow’s milk with the structured flavor profile of goat’s milk. It is buttery and rich with a funky yet linear flavor profile.
This fluffy 1/2 lb wheel of bloomy goodness is the perfect balance between herbed, spiced, warming, and lactic. The fluffy, mottled rind is dotted with woodland herbs while the paste retains its smooth and creamy white color.
Semi firm goat wheel covered in flowers and herbs.
A gorgeous 1 lb semi-hard wheel covered in beautiful flowers and herbs- the perfect Summer cheese- even if it’s not quite Summer. The paste is mild and buttery flavor while the herbs and flowers on the outside makes for an incredibly aromatic palate reminiscent of walking through a grassy field of flowers and lavender
This strapping gentleman is best when you take his top off. No- seriously- just cut off the top before it warms up and spoon it out. It has a very loose and spoonable paste that is woodsy, lactic, and vegetal with a coating palate and a very long finish.
These perfect little buttons of aged goat’s milk are just the right addition to any dish needing a salty and tangy punch- or just for delicious snacking.The little 3-4 oz wheels take on an easy-to-crack texture and taste like toasted nuts and dried grass.
Head to the top of the mountain with this six-ounce pyramid of bloomy, ashed, slightly blue deliciousness!. The patchy blue, grey, and white mold rind gives way to a creamline soul and a flyffy interior that tastes like minerals and hay.
These 2 pound wheels are bright and lactic. Their size makes perfect for eating out of hand or for baking with fruits and nuts for large parties. Either way, it is creamy and gooey with notes of lemon, mushroom, and onion, and grassy palate and a bright lactic finish.
Beautiful hand ladled loaves have incredible longevity-changing from bright and young to robust, savory, and creamy over their 2 month post ageing lives. The fluffy and lactic paste is surprisingly mushroomy and savory with bright acid and a clean finish
a beautiful natural rind semi-hard like whipped butter and musty hay
Reminiscent of how your house smells when you throw open the windows on the first vaguely warm day in spring. This natural rind cheese tastes like sweet grasses and musty hay with the texture of whipped butter.
Gorgeous balls of ashed rind goat's milk ideal for aging. Beneath her wrinkly exterior lies a complexity not often found in such a young cheese. When young, its thin skin is white and slightly wrinkled. Closer to 5 weeks old its dryer and crumbling, becoming more wrinkled, allowing the ash to shine through. Notes of lemon, allspice, and a distinct goat tang show through with a milk flavor and light, firm texture
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