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.
This cratered, dusty cannonball is like Edam, but much more French; the look and aroma of the rind comes from tiny cheese mites, munching away at the deeply caramel, electric-orange paste during at least 22 months of aging. Neat! Read More
Ecuadorian man falls in love with Bavarian woman. Cheesemaking ensues—not the typical ending to a fairytale, but a pretty delicious one, resulting in a cheese that resembles rich, cultured butter more than a peppery, assertive blue. Read More
This amped-up classic blue is made exclusively from pastured, summer milk and wrapped in pear brandy-soaked grape leaves from the neighboring vineyard. Voluptuously dense, fruity and smoky. How terroir can you get? Read More
Bathed in a solution of balsamic vinegar and juniper berries, this raw sheep's milk cheese is then attentively aged at least four months. The flakey paste and perfectly edible rind balance hints of gin and acidity with the natural richness of sheep's milk. Read More