Midnight Moon’s taste
Anyone who thinks pasteurized milk can’t stand up to raw need only taste this cheese to be convinced. Made with the intense process used to make other, longer aged goudas, but at a year, the goats milk is perfectly balanced between the sweeter flavors of the long aged, and the milkier taste of the younger. It’s a lot like condensed milk, but it carries a subtle hint of longer aged goat’s milk, with flavors of olives and hay.
Serving Midnight Moon
Bright jams and honeys complement Midnight Moon beautifully. If you prefer your fruits intact, fresh strawberries and blueberries work just as well. Stouts, lagers, and soft red wines are choice drink accompaniments for this flavorful cheese.
How Midnight Moon is made
Midnight Moon is part of Cypress Grove’s creamline. It’s made exclusively for the California-based creamery by a small Dutch dairy, according to their specifications. That means the cheese is made entirely vegetarian and carefully aged 12 months before hitting our shores.