Bonne Bouche (which means 'good mouth(ful)' in French) will make your mouth feel good alright. This cheese is a sight and taste to behold. The oh-so delicate rind is grey, fuzzy, and wrinkled. It surrounds a dense interior of goat cheese, varying in texture depending on its age. When young, it can be sliced into bites with a velvety chew. If you let it sit around awhile, the center will become miraculously gooey and soft. The flavors are tangy, clean, and fresh.
Made in the lush state Vermont, this goat cheese does just what it should: remind you of Spring, happy goats, and fields of vivid green grass. It might make you feel a little fancy too.
If you like fresh goat cheese, this lightly-aged version will be your next favorite. Pair with honey, fruit, bubbles, white wine, or floral cocktails and more.