Seasonal

Buck Hill Sunrise

2017-03-23T13:49:04-04:00

A winter cows milk cheese made with organic cows milk.  It is a very supple textured cheese that is ripened 3-4 week and brushed several times before being wrapped.  B linens as well as geotrichum and penicillium candidum is added to the milk to giving the rind and the cheese a lovely, nutty flavor.

5-7 oz., Bloomy Rind, aged 4 weeks, pasteurized Brie style / rich, available Sep – Apr.

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Buck Hill Sunrise2017-03-23T13:49:04-04:00

Thyme Out

2017-03-23T13:53:45-04:00

2 lb raw milk 60 day goat milk cheese. It is a brushed natural rind with thyme added to the curd before hooping. A great blend of thyme and goat flavors.
Available July-Nov

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Thyme Out2017-03-23T13:53:45-04:00

Marbarella

2017-03-23T14:00:31-04:00

5-6oz lactic cheese with a geotrichum/p.candidum rind with 2 layers of ash and an ash coated rind. Very mild and a silky texture. available periodically May-Dec

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Marbarella2017-03-23T14:00:31-04:00

Capriola

2017-03-27T11:56:38-04:00

3oz lactic cheese and was my first cheese creation modeled after what I first tasted when in France. It is mild yet goaty with a lovely texture.
available periodically May-Dec

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Capriola2017-03-27T11:56:38-04:00

Invierno

2017-03-27T14:55:07-04:00

Yesenia grew up summer’s milking cows on her dad’s farm in the Dominican Republic. David grew up tending his dad’s sheep in Vermont. Together, they make a mixed milk cheese called “Invierno”. The sheep milk comes from David and Yesenia’s sheep who are famous for the Vermont Shepherd cheese their milk produces. The cows milk comes from 12 Jersey cows who live a mile down the road. Invierno (or “winter” in Spanish) is a soft to semi-hard natural rind cheese, aged 4-5 months. Invierno is a versatile cheese with a rich, butter and mushroom flavor. It melts well and it’s delicious with cider, beer and rich savory red wines.

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Invierno2017-03-27T14:55:07-04:00