Capriole Julianna Goat Cheese (PA) – 4oz Portion – $10
Mild, semi-hard aged pasteurized goat cheese from Indiana dusted with Herbes de Provence and wildflowers. It melts beautifully and combines with flavors both sweet and savory.
FirFly Farms Allegheny Chevre (MD) – 4oz Log – $8
A fresh chevre, which means it has not been ripened or aged. The result is a smooth, creamy cheese that has almost none of the expected tang.
Calkin’s Creamery Saxelby 1841 Havarti (PA) – 8oz Portion – $19
1841 Havarti gets its name from the year that Highland Farm (now home to Calkins Creamery) was established in Wayne County, Pennsylvania. This milky, creamy, raw milk havarti cheese is light and mild with a semi-firm texture and just a touch of tang.
FireFly Farms Mountain Top (MD) – 6oz Pyramid – $10
Soft-ripened, subtle blue cheese made from raw goat’s milk.
Prodigal Farm Rowdy Gentleman (NC) – 8oz Portion – $25
A sour beer washed pasteurized goat with vegetable ash!
Idiazabal (Basque Country) – 8oz Portion – $14
Slightly smoked raw sheeps’ milk cheese from the Basque Country
Jasper Hill Calderwood (VT) – 8oz Portion – $20
Alpine-style raw cows’ milk cheese.
Manchego (Spain) – 4oz Portion – $9
Classic Spanish cheese
Meadow Creek Dairy Appalachian (VA) – 4oz Portion – $8
Semi-soft, Tomme-style raw cows’ milk cheese from Galax, VA.
Meadow Creek Dairy Mountaineer (VA) – 8oz Portion – $15
Tasting Notes: Our longest-aged cheese, Mountaineer spends at least six months in our cellar. The result is a true Alpine cheese with a supple texture that dissolves on the tongue. The complex flavor starts off buttery before deepening to a roasted nuttiness, mellowing into a rich, beefy finish with a touch of caramel.