Spring is the most important season for cheese, for without baby animals there would be no milk. As a milk product, cheese has a long association with Spring, green grass, and new life. These cheeses and accompaniments nod to Spring in one way or another, touching on the flowers, freshness, and sudden lightness of the world anew. We hope this collection will put some spring in your step and help celebrate the season.
Honey Lavendar Fromage Blanc – If Spring was a cheese, this would be it. Goat's milk has been gently ushered into light fluffy cheesedom, and seasoned with honey and floral notes of lavender. Fresh, tangy, and sweet.
Lamb Chopper Cheese – Thanks to the baby lambs for this sheep's milk gouda. A medium-aged gouda, it's got a smooth firm texture, with a sweet and nutty richness.
La Tur Cheese – Cow, goat, and sheep milks are blended to make this classic cheese from Northern Italy. This young cheese is lightly aged so that it may develop a very thin edible rind. The result is a light cheese that's both dense, yet fluffy, yet oozy yet crumbly. How can one cheese be all these things? It just is.
Spanish Orange Blossom Honey – This honey is produced in Southeastern Spain, collected from bees which only feed on orange blossoms. The result is a delicate floral honey with hints of citrus.
Castelvetrano Olives – A verdant green plump olive with a buttery rich taste.
Original Wafer Crackers – Thin and crunchy, yet neutral. These are light enough to let the toppings shine.
Please note that we will substitute any item that is temporarily out of stock with a similar item of equal or greater value.