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Sequatchie Cove Walden

$19.00 / 7 oz Wheel
sequatchie cove walden cheese
Sequatchie Cove Walden
  • Pasteurized
  • Animal Rennet
  • Age: 3 Months
  • Cow Milk
  • by Sequatchie Cove Creamery
  • United States
  • Approachable
  • Soft

Named for Walden Ridge in Tennessee’s Sequatchie Valley, this Reblochon-style cheese is lusciously supple. Walden is a soft-ripened selection—at first bite of the velvety paste, you’ll detect complex notes of buttered mushrooms and walnuts, with just a hint of earthy musk. A crisp white wine or a slightly sweet cider pairs beautifully with this silky cheese.

“These little wheels taste so buttery you may choose to spread it on a baguette instead of butter, which is exactly what I recommend. To add a hint of savory, include Prosciutto.”
Murray’s Cheesemonger – New York, NY
Cow's Milk, Salt, Rennet, Cultures

Allergens: Milk

  • Walden is a pasteurized cheese, modeled on Reblochon. Reblochon is an AOC-protected cheese—which means it can be made only in a specific place, according to strict standards — made in the Thônes region of Haute-Savoie in France. It’s a soft cheese with a supple, buttery texture. Unfortunately, as it’s made with raw milk and aged for fewer than 60 days, it is not allowed to be sold in the United States.
  • Walden is named for Walden’s Ridge, which divides the Appalachian Plateau. In conjunction with the Cumberland Plateau, Walden’s Ridge makes an almost perfectly straight 150-mile-long valley from Tennessee to Alabama.
  • Pair with a crisp white wine, a plate of Sliced Tanara Culatta, and a dollop of B& R Dried Apricot Spread.
  •  For more than a decade, Nathan and Padgett Arnold have been making raw-milk, farmstead cheeses at Sequatchie Cove Creamery in Sequatchie, Tennessee.
  • The creamery is 100% solar-powered and has a spotlight on sustainability—the Arnolds feed their whey to woodlot pigs to avoid waste.
  • Sequatchie Cove Creamery’s products are inspired by cheeses from the Savoie region of France, with the unique characteristics of the local Southern terroir.
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