The perfect expression of terroir- this collaboration between Anne Saxelby in NYC and Jasper Hill Farm in VT won First Runner Up for Best of Show by the American Cheese Society in 2018. The wheels are brine washed for six months then coated in hay from Jasper Hill’s one of a kind cropping center. The cheese is an exploration into the impact of the cow’s diet o n the finished cheese. It is firm, nutty, and complex with flavors of caramel, chestnut honey, earth, toasted bread, and tropical fruit.
These beautiful 8 pound square tomme-style wheels are one of Meadow Creek Dairy’s 3 produced cheeses and were the Dairy’s first cheese ever produced. Creamy and velvety, Appalachian is so easy to love. The notes of cream, lemon, butter, and mushroom are all perfectly balanced with a long and vibrant finish.
A craveable 1-year old gouda with incredible texture
Owned by Tammy and Ron Lubsen who immigrated from the Netherlands in 1980, Forx Farm buys its high-quality milk from Southern Oaks Jersey Farm & Creamery just 30 minutes away. This 1 year old gouda has tropical fruit flavors with notes of toasted nuts and sweet cream.
These 4-5 pound wheels are made in the traditional Manchego basket molds and have a beautifully textured oily rind. It is the perfect cheese for snacking with cured meats and wine- crumbly, salty, and delicious. It is incredibly full bodied with all the flavors of sheep’s milk- salty, meaty, and herbaceous
A creamy and bitter washed rind- perfect for beer pairings.
These 12 pound wheels are made as a nod to Morbier- with a tacky orange rind and a line of ash in the center. The perfect pairing for microbrews, this creamy washed rind is perfectly balanced, creamy, and bitter with a long and slightly bitter finish from being washed.
A pure expression of goat’s milk in semi-hard form from Twig Farm.
Goat Tomme truly speaks to the flavor of raw goat's milk; this dense and flavorful wheel si like tasting pure goat's milk and the bitter, harsh landscape of the farm. It has a very delicately flavored paste that tastes like roated almond and lemon peel while the rind is very rustic and dense.
the limited-edition spoonable (and crave-able) washed rind bound in spruce
Available only during the months of November and December while the cows are eating the winter’s dry hay, this gooey and spoonable washed wheel is the ideal centerpiece to any festive table. It is rich and deep in flavor reminiscent of beef broth, cured meat, cultured cream, toasted nuts, and grass.