This blue cheese is so good it's almost obscene. Named after the Bayley Hazen road, which winds its way through Vermont's picturesque northeast kingdom, it is creamy and chocolaty and salty, oh my. The craftsmanship executed by the cheesemakers up at Jasper Hill Farm is laudable, and lucky for us, edible too. Bayley Hazen Blue is rich, fudgy and dense - it's closest European relative would be Stilton cheese. That makes it perfect for blue cheese recipes too, such as a hearty winter salads or a quiche. Aged for 3-5 months. Pairing notes: beers like Stouts, Porters, and Scotch Ales, red wines like Merlot and Zinfandel, sweet dessert wines like Sauternes and Port, Bourbon.