The August shipment of our monthly cheese club is a summery variety pack of young and aged cheeses. Read on to learn about this month's selections and sign up to have this month's club shipped straight to your door!
Cownty Tales from Boston Post Dairy - Enosburg Falls, VT
This young cow’s milk cheese is buttery, salty, and a little toasty. Pay attention to the finish, as you may be able to pick up lavender, rosemary, and other herbal flavors that are present in many of Boston Post’s cheeses! A cheese for all hours of the day, this one finds a home amongst casual snacks and finer accompaniments. Not available for retail sale, a cheese club exclusive!
Cremont from Vermont Creamery - Websterville, VT
Called 'The Cream of Vermont,' this double-crème cow/goat mix is heaven on a cheese plate. Fresh goat and cows' milk is spiked with a touch of rich cows' cream to give this cheese its luscious and supple texture. The flavor is somewhere in between fresh butter and tart, lemony chevre, with a touch of nutty, yeasty flavor notes contributed by the rind.
Cayuga Blue from Lively Run Goat Dairy - Interlaken, NY
Pronounced ‘Cay-oooga!’ This beautifully aged goats’ milk cheese ranges from supple and creamy to flaky and firm depending on its age. More of an aged goats’ milk tomme than a traditional blue, Cayuga Blue varies greatly from wheel to wheel. It can be full of strong musky flavors, fruity and fermenty, or sometimes sweet and malty. Tense veins of blue mold run throughout the cheese, giving it an earthy, mineral tone.
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