Price: $12.99 /8 oz.
Unit Size: 8 oz.
Cheese Type: Chevre (or goat), Seasonal
Cheese Texture: Semi-Firm
Cheese Milk: Goat
Description: This raw milk cheese is aged for a minimum of 4 months. The flavor is robust and herbal, rounded out with a distinct nuttiness. Pairs wonderfully with fresh fruit, toasted nuts, and jams.
Queso De Mano is essentially a goat's milk manchego made right here in U S & A and it's a very nice!Peacock
This is Haystack’s first raw milk cheese, aged for a minimum of four months. Its flavor is robust and herbal, rounded out with a distinct nuttiness. This cheese pairs perfectly with our black lava cashews, or fresh pears and cherries, or our Rigoni Jams, especially the Cherry and Apricot flavors.
Haystack Mountain Goat Dairy’s quality and exceptional taste have been proven time and time again with their arsenal of awards and mentions including: Food Network’s Food Finds, Food & Wine Magazine, and Saveur’s review of America’s Best Artisanal Cheeses. In 2010, they won 3rd place at the American Cheese Society for their Queso de Mano.
Haystack Mountain Goat Dairy began in 1989 when Jim Schott left a career in education to start a family farm in the sleepy little city of Longmont, CO; nestled between Haystack Mountain and the city of Boulder. After doing some research, he fell in love with a herd of cute little goats, and purchased his first 5 animals, quickly growing to 25. A few years later, Jim’s oldest daughter Gretchen moved from Massachusetts to become his partner in cheese making, and together they learned to make and sell delicious chevre, and began living their dream.
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