Milton Creamery, the makers of Prairie Breeze Cheddar, worked hand-in-hand with the Flory Family of Jamesport, Missouri to develop this aged cheddar. Wrapped in layers of muslin and coated with lard, this traditional clothbound cheddar is aged for a year at Milton Creamery, after its initial sixty-day aging in Missouri. Made by a single Amish family with ten children and thirty Jersey cows, Flory’s Truckle is truly a labor of love and a small-scale operation. Like other American cheddars, the taste is sweet and milky, with muted notes of grass and minerals.
Homestead Creamery | Flory’s Truckle | Jasper, Missouri
$28.00 Per Pound
- Features: Grass Fed
- Made by: Flory Family
- Age: 9-12 Months
- Country: United States
- Milk: Cow
- Rennet: Microbial
- Unit: per pound
- Origin: Made by the Flory family in Jamesport, Missouri
- Cheese Type: Natural Rind
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