Mohawk Mist’s Taste
A fresh, dewy round of goat cheese from upstate New York newcomers Cochran Farm 1790. Very young, its bright white core is meltingly tender. Milky and buttery, it offers a hint of tangy, mild goat flavor.
Serving Mohawk Mist
Easily spreadable, it dresses up toast or bagels in the morning with flair. Try this with a plum jam for a scrumptuous, full-bodied breakfast! Serve on a cheese plate for those with delicate palates, or enjoy at breakfast on toast, topped with blueberry preserves or honey.
How Mohawk Mist is Made
This goat cheese, from Cochran Farm in the Mohawk Valley of upstate NY, where Patrick Apfel emigrated to the USA twenty years ago. He and his wife have only been making cheese for a few years! They source their milk from a neighboring Amish family farm (all hand-milked) and make beautiful Loire Valley styled goat cheeses with it.