Bardwell Farms’ Dorset is one of our best examples of American artisan cheesemaking- a bit sharp, very full-flavored and complex, earthy and savory, with notes of hay and ham, infused with the lush grasses the cows are free to graze in.
This wonderful cheese is made from the milk of grass-fed Jersey cows, in West Pawlet, Vermont. Made in a style similar to Italian Taleggio, Dorset is firm and pliable, with a basket-weave washed rind. The bright yellow pate is buttery, getting softer and creamier as it ages.
The very first cheese-making co-op in Vermont, Consider Bardwell was founded in 1864. The coop specializes in small-batch artisan cheeses made by hand using the milk from local goats and cows. The milk is antibiotic and hormone free, just sweet and fresh, right from the udder to the vats. The cheeses are named for historic villages in Vermont.
Ingredients: Raw cow milk, cultures, sea salt, microbial rennet.
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Product is perishable and must ship via Overnight service.