It was another week of Buttercup Brie and tomme-style cheese making this week. Speaking of tomme, the basket-style Herdsman is tasting really great right now. They date from last November and December, so age helps. A dense and fudgy texture – toothsome, it really sticks around to remind you of all it’s good raw milk, farmhouse flavors. Sweet notes, toasted walnut, rye and lemon come to mind. (I endorse this cheese 🙂
Buttercup Brie: Some nice early May wheels. That typical butter and buttermilk soft deliciousness. We have a few super-mini market wheels headed to farm markets this week for $4 each.Keep an eye out!
Herdsman: Regular wheels from Mid January, Basket wheels a little older. Great flavors abound. January wheels are creamy, flaky, with a sour cream finish. Raw Milk.
Havilah: Wonderful August and Sept 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
Enjoy your weekends. Looking forward to seeing you!