Assortment of Cheeses From The Southern US
- Black and Bleu by Winter Park Dairy: America's first cracked roasted peppercorn infused blue-vein cheese. The recipe was handed down to Winter Park by a retired American cheesemaker who spent 17 years learning the process and crafting it at an organic dairy in India. (7.5 oz)
- Virginia: Grayson: Surface ripened with a reddish-orange rind gives this cheese its characteristically strong smell, as well as a heavenly taste. Reminiscent of the aromatic Italian Taleggio or French Livarot, but with Meadow Creek Dairy's rich Jersey milk. (7.5 oz)
- Texas: Montasio Festivo: Bold and assertive with a nutty tinge, the depth of flavor in this cheese is remarkable. Montasio Festivo is rubbed with an ancho chile/olive oil paste to form a thin, dark-red rind, whilst also lending the cheese a spicy aroma. (7.5 oz)
- Georgia: Thomasville Tomme: This unpasteurized cow's milk cheese has a golden yellow color and mellow, buttery flavor. As a snack or part of the dessert course, it simply melts in your mouth. (7.5 oz)
Please note that any item temporarily out of stock will be substituted with a similar item of equal or greater value.