The calves continue to roll in and we are seeing the first tricklings in new milk flow. We’ve primarily been making Abruzze Jawn and Buttercup Brie, but as it takes 6 months for Abruzze to age, you’ll be tasting these summer milk beauties come the holidays. There it is below at day 3, drying without much of a rind.
On to the Cheese:
Buttercup Brie: Some nice early May wheels. That typical butter and buttermilk soft deliciousness with hints of mushroom on the rind. .
Herdsman: Basket wheels are firm, around 6+ months old and full of flavor. Raw Milk.
Havilah: Autumn 2014 batches. Grass, pineapple, hints of hazelnut and fudge, with a really great texture. Raw Milk.
Lawrenceville Jack: November wheels. Grassy, mild and creamy. Raw Milk.
Full Nettle Jack: Spicy oregano and lemon notes shining through from the nettles. Spring and summer wheels. Raw Milk.