Born out of a combination of two of their existing cheeses, Jasper Hill has proven that they can do no wrong when it comes to making soft-ripened cheeses. Harbison is made in the style of a Vacherin Mont D’or, like their own Winnimere, but is not washed. It is wrapped in spruce bark cut from trees on the Jasper Hill property, and has a woodsy, mushroomy taste with a lactic brightness. The texture is like that of Vacherin – runny and creamy, and perfect for dipping.
Jasper Hill Farm | Harbison | Greensboro Bend, Vermont
This bloomy rind is wrapped in spruce bark cut from trees on the Jasper Hill property, and has a woodsy, mushroomy taste with a lactic brightness.
- Milk: Cow
- Raw/Pasteurized: Pasteurized
- Rennet: Animal
- Age: 1-3 Months
- Country: United States
- Region: Vermont
- Pairings: Natural Wines, Lambics & Aromatic Ales
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