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Jasper Hill's Harbison

Jasper Hill's Harbison

from United States by Jasper Hill Farms
1 piece - 10 oz chilled   $20.75

About Jasper Hill's Harbison

From an artisan creamery in rural Vermont comes an ultra-gooey cheese that will make for a delightful and memorable eating experience next time you have friends over.

It all starts with the Ayrshire cows at Jasper Hill Farm, who graze on lush green pastures and create rich, rustic milk infused with small fat globules and high fat solids content, the perfect formula for perfect cheese.

In Harbison, this milk is used to create a soft-ripened cheese encased in bark stripped from spruce trees in the nearby woodlands. Aged in carefully controlled cellars, the cheese acquires an enticingly oozy consistency, literally bulging to escape its bloomy rind, along with salty-sweet flavor and citrusy forest notes.

To serve, break open the top of the rind and dig in with a spoon, or smother over crusty bread alongside a glass of woodsy white wine. Though not essential, a touch of your favorite honey, jam or mostarda won't go amiss!

Harbison is made by Jasper Hill Farm, an artisan cheesemongery located on a farm in northeastern Vermont. With its own creamery and cellars, it presents distinctive and delicious American cheeses with unbeatable flavor thanks to a careful aging process with finest quality local ingredients. Order today for convenient shipping to your home or business.

Availability: Usually ships within 1 business days. Product is perishable and must ship via Overnight service.

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Product Questions And Answers
Q: Is there suppose to be be green like mossy substance on top of bark wrapping?
A: Yes, blue - green mold (Penicillium Commune) might be found on growing on the strip and edges of the bark. It does not poses any food safety or shelf-life concerns.

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