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Saxelby Cheesemongers

New Yorker Cheese Collection - buy local artisan cheese online
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Start spreading the news... New York State is making some of the best artisan cheese in the country! Saxelby's 'New Yorker' collection features three of the finest cheeses, crackers, and honey made in the Empire State! Collection includes:

Harpersfield Muddy River - This young cow's milk cheese is soaked in Muddy River Farm Brewing Co's Black IPA for one week, allowing the beer to penetrate the semi-firm chalky paste and dye the rind of the cheese a burnt sienna brown. Deliciously yeasty with tangy and lactic notes, this cheese is the perfect marriage of two nearly perfect fermented foods!

Nancy's Camembert - a triple cream made from a blend of sheep and cows' milk that is almost too buttery and decadent to discuss in polite company.

McCadam Cheddar - a quintessentially New York extra sharp cheddar that can trace it's lineage back over 100 years. All in all, a perfect cheese plate from Saxelby's home state!

Potter's Classic White Crackers - Our favorite, go-to crackers that go with every cheese! Light and toasty - they taste like homemade! These are made in Wisconsin, but we love them so much we decided they needed a spot in this gift. 

Catskill Provisions Wildflower Honey - Catskill Provisions produces two seasonal honeys - fall and spring - and you can taste what the bees taste -- clover, apple, pear blossom in the spring and chestnut, maple, and asters in the fall. A perfect condiment to pair with a wide variety of cheese! 

Includes three half pound wedges of cheese, one 5oz box of crackers and one 12oz jar of honey. Serves up to 10 for a party, or stock up and savor over the course of a few weeks! 

Feeling adventurous? Check out our other regional cheese collections - the Cheesehead or Vermonter !

Please note that if any product(s) are out of stock we will substitute with something similar and equally delicious!

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