Lamb Chopper is a matured, gouda-style cheese produced in the Netherlands and sold under the Cypress Grove Chevre label. Made from pasteurized sheep`s milk, the cheese is aged for 3-6 months to produce a paste that is deep buttery in colour with a smooth firm texture. Flavours are sweet and buttery at initial stage of ripening but develop an incredible sweetness of caramels and nutty undertones as it fully matures
Wisconsin`s only cave-aged Cheddar, this variety has a creamy color and distinctive rind that develops in the open-air cave, where natural molds flourish and add beautiful character to the cheese. Sid says its earthy flavor is reminiscent of the cheese his family made more than 100 years ago.
In Finland there is a cheese called Juustoleipa. This translates into cheese bread. We make ours different but better with oven baking it until it has a browned crusty top. Pop it in your oven or microwave until it glistens. Serve it with your favorite dip as a delicious snack. Good as is!
Sid`s whimsically delicious take on the famous French cheese, Morbier. Our version features a layer of sheep milk cheese and a layer of goat milk cheese separated by a layer of grape vine ash and pressed together. The flavor is both delicate and rustic. Taste each layer separately and then together for three different flavor profiles in one great cheese. Serve with a Chenin Blanc or a Riesling.
We develop our Burrata authentically with a recipe that dates back over 5 generations. Our semi soft `Pasta Filata` cheese is made with Fior di latte cows milk cultures. We then fill our Burrata with fresh Stracciatella cream. This is often served with a sprinkle of salt and drizzle of olive oil. Scoop up the stracciatella cream with slices of Italian bread or spread the inside of the cheese onto crackers. Serve up with fresh tomatoes and basil, or it`s also a decadent and delicious topping for pizza.
Bayley Hazen Blue has developed a loyal following because of its fudge-like texture, toasted-nut sweetness, and anise spice character. The paste is dense and creamy, with well-distributed blue veins. The usual peppery character of blue cheese is subdued, giving way to the grassy, nutty flavors in the milk.