It’s commie cheese. Literally. Cobb Hill is an agriculturally-focused intentional housing community started in 2000, and cheesemaking has become one of their communal pursuits. They were trained by Peter Dixon, and started by making cheese at neighboring Woodcock farm. They managed to catch the wave of American Farmstead cheese, and are now one of the most in-demand producers. This Alpine-style cheese is a marvel, a pliable paste, dotted with small protein crystals and a flavor like cashew and peanut butter mixed with some tangy yogurt.
Cobb Hill | Ascutney Mountain | Hartland, Vermont
$32.00 Per Pound
Nutty, pliable, Alpine-style winner.
- Unit: per pound
- Raw/Pasteurized: Raw
- Milk: Cow
- Age: 9-12 Months
- Rennet: Microbial
- Cheese Type: Natural Rind
- Country: United States
Out of stock
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