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  1. Cave Aged Bayley Hazen Blue Quick View

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    Bayley Hazen Blue

    The Northeast Kingdom of Vermont: rumored to have more cows than people. Taste their bounty in this blue: dry, complex, and nutty, with a hint of licorice. Read More
  2. Cabot Clothbound Cheddar Quick View

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    Cabot Clothbound Cheddar

    This ain't your supermarket Cabot. We travel to the Cellars at Jasper Hill yearly to find the perfect cheese--caramelly sweet and a little crunchy. Read More
  3. Harbison Quick View

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    The baby of the Jasper Hill family, born from the marriage between Winnemere and Moses Sleeper. A cradle of spruce bark imparts a pine-y flavor to the oozy, floral paste. Read More
  4. Moses Sleeper Quick View

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    Moses Sleeper

    Ayrshire cow's milk is formed into discs a bit larger than your typical Camembert, then aged with care in the Cellars at Jasper Hill for the next six weeks. Once released, Moses usually has a classic white bloomy rind, with a smattering of exotic mauve- and dandelion-hued molds heightening its complexity. Read More
  5. Fabrique Delices Game Pate Sampler Quick View

    Fabrique Delices Game Pate Sampler

    Got game? The gents over at Fabriques Delices do! Try all three traditional pâtés side-by-side: rabbit, pheasant and venison. Read More
  6. Murray's Burrata Quick View

    Murray's Burrata

    We’re not just buttering you up: imagine a fresh white ball of mozzarella, filled with thick, luscious cream. That’s our Burrata. Read More
  7. Tilsiter Quick View


    A hold-over from the Prussian Empire, Tilsiter is a pungent, versatile table cheese now produced across northern Europe. This funky, raw milk production is still best eaten the Prussian way – often, and with the darkest beer and bread around. Read More
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    Pronounced “Yay-toast” (think: Yay! I’m putting this on my toast!), we’re fond of slicing ribbons onto wedges of crisp, green apples and washing it down with a nutty brown ale and, naturally, hard cider. Read More
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    Smoked Duck Breast

    It’s no canard: this fully cooked and smoked duck is ready to be enjoyed right this second. Cut and serve with fresh greens, sliced stone fruit, and sheep milk cheeses like Roncal and Vermont Shepherd, which make hearty companions. Our favorite wine pairings are fruit-forward Pinot Noirs and Bordeaux. Read More

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