November Specials 2019
We always make a point to feature some of our favorite American-made cheeses in November. These all make wonderful additions to your holiday cheese boards.
Sale: $18.99 /each (Regular: $23.99)
Contadina is a farmstead, aged, raw goat’s milk cheese made by Katie Bonow in Altura, MN, an area known as the “Driftless.” Her small herd of goats graze the land, producing a piquant, sweet cheese.
Bleu Mont Cheddar
Sale: $18.99/lb (Regular: 23.99)
A wonderful clothbound cheddar, hand-made by cheesemaker Willi Lehner in Blue Mounds, Wisconsin. Willi uses organic milk collected from nearby farms, and a friend’s dairy where he produces, forms and cloth-wraps each of his cheeses. The cheddars are then carefully aged and tended until they reach us. We couldn’t be happier to have them!
Sale: $24.99 /lb (Regular 29.99)
Oma is an American original, made by Sebastian von Trapp on his family's dairy farm in Waitsfield, Vermont. An approachable washed-rind, tomme-style cheese, it’s made from the unpasteurized, organic milk of the von Trapps’ Jersey cows. Oma balances pungent and sweet flavors with aromas of roasted nuts, cured meat, and cultured butter.
Northern Lights Blue
Sale: $13.99/ each (Regular 17.99)
Northern Lights is a hand-crafted blue made by longtime cheese maker Joe Sherman. Joe uses milk from Brown Swiss cows that pasture near his home in Plato, MN, producing a full flavored blue with a buttermilk tang and salty finish.
Sale: $17.99/lb(Regular: 22.99)
Friesago is a natural rind, semi-aged sheep milk cheese with a dense texture, pleasantly mild flavor, and a slightly nutty finish. A multiple award-winner, Friesago is versatile as a table cheese and as a cooking cheese. Called a “must try” by Food and Wine magazine and a 2016 American Cheese Society award winner.
Sale: $19.99 /lb (Regular 27.49)
Made from organic cow’s milk; Mt Tam is a rich, creamy triple crème that is buttery with a hint of mushroom.