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  1. Cave Aged Valencay Quick View


    Behold: The Pyramid of Cheese. Murray's Cave Aged means we grow the rind here so the cheese is dense and complex, the rind thin and tasty. Read More
  2. Classic Blue Logs Quick View

    Classic Blue Logs

    Each piece of snowy, lightly aged chevre is hidden beneath a brillant blue blanket of pencillum roquefortii mold. The result is an immediate tang, but no residual blue flavors: simply dense, cakey, tart goat cheese that coats the mouth with a pleasant lactic taste. The Roquefort mold is mixed into the milk along with salt, and left to develop in a cool cave for approximately three weeks. The cheese does not develop blue veining because the paste is not pierced in any way; the mold, of course, can only develop when exposed to oxygen, hence the distinctive exterior. Read More
  3. Bauma Madurat Quick View

    Bauma Madurat

    Toni Chueca is a pioneer. He started making gorgeous farmstead goat’s cheeses in Catalunya in 1980, in a region devoid of goat’s milk cheese. Since then, the cheese has reached the apex of its deliciousness. These days, it abounds—especially Toni’s Madurat, a friendly, pasteurized log covered in veggie ash. The cheese is dense and smooth, with bright, lemony notes and a mushroomy mellowness. It’s genius crumbled in salads and omelets, or served beside anchovies and olives for an elegant appetizer. Pop open a bottle of lively Cava, or a crisp Pale Ale. Read More
  4. Beato de Tabara Quick View

    Beato de Tabara

    We love a wonderful cheese with a juicy story. Santiago Lucas Leon was inspired by the illustrated manuscripts of the monastery of San Martin de Tábara. So he set out to make a brand new cheese with medieval soul. He and his sons raise goats in the Sierra de la Culebra, and nurture the raw milk into this cylinder of semi-firm goodness. Beato de Tábara tastes both of earthy monastic cellar and fresh pasture—sweet yet goaty, earthy, and bright. Thank you, cheesemaking (and cheese-drawing) monks. Fantastic with ripe pear and a glass of crisp Riesling, or rich Tempranillo. Read More
  5. Goat Feta Quick View

    Goat Feta

    Mellow out why don’t-cha? We’re all for great sheep-y feta with its kicking hooves, but sometimes we go all-goat for a kinder, gentler flavor. Known for their award-winning chevres, Vermont Creamery applies traditional Greek feta-making methods into practice using 100% farm-fresh goats’ milk that results in soft, citrusy cheese. Read More
  6. Cave Aged Crottin de Chavignol Quick View

    Crottin de Chavignol

    Dropped in our caves as a quiet, unassuming fresh chevre, crafted from pasteurized goat’s milk, Crottin de Chavignol emerges from its lair a changed being... Read More
  7. Monte Enebro Quick View

    Monte Enebro

    An exuberant goat cheese in three acts: the spicy peppery rind (thanks to a dusting of ash and blue mold) gives way to a tart and runny creamline, leading finally to a dense and lactic core. As sophisticated as it is delicious. Read More
  8. Cave Aged Selles-sur-Cher Quick View


    The little black dress of goat cheese, aged in our very own caves for a thin rind, oozy creamline and exquisite texture. Perfect fit, everytime. Read More
  9. Bucheron Quick View


    And you thought goat cheese was only the fresh white stuff. Check the two-textured magic that a round slice of b-log has to offer; rich and creamy, a bit fresh and citrusy- a little something for everyone. Read More

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