One of a kind Cavemaster Reserve! Young wheels of decadent sheep's milk cheese from nearby Old Chatham get a fresh coat in a secret blend of rosemary, lemon thyme, marjoram, elderberries and hop flowers.
You may be expecting a cheesecake, but it's really one of the most famous American chevres. Mary Keehn from Humboldt County, CA, makes this tangy treat with a beautiful bloomy rind and a line of vegetable ash bisecting each wheel. 2011 American Cheese Society Winner Read More
Don't bid us adieu until you've tasted this complex and peppery goat tomme from the town that sounds like goodbye. Similar to its popular regional neighbor, Pyrenees Brebis, but offering a uniquely goaty tang and a sweet, musty departure. Read More
A goat in sheep’s clothing. This caciotta, or “little cheese,” hails from the land of sheep’s milk Pecorino but has a flavor all its own—preserved lemons, brown butter, and the spice of whole black peppercorns. Read More