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Farm Fromage Angela's Pillow

Young Angela’s Pillow has a milky and sweet taste. As the cheese matures it forms a smooth, runny interior and a white bloomy rind that is typical of double cream Camembert cheese. It has a rich, buttery flavor. The rind is bloomy white caused by a white fungus, called penicillium candidum. The rind is meant to be eaten with the cheese. This cheese is best paired with a light red wine such as Beaujolais, Chenin Blanc, St Emilion, St Estephe or traditionally a glass of Normandy cider. Approximately 6 oz per wheel.
$9.99

Farm Fromage Beer Washed Tomme (8oz)

Farm Fromage Beer Washed Tomme is fashioned in the Trappist monk tradition. It is a pungent, stinky cheese washed in Lancaster Brewing Co. Milk Stout beer. Local milk + local beer = local PA goodness. Put it on a burger or good black bread with red onion and live a little! Make your taste buds smile. Notice! Contains Gluten
$10.99

Farm Fromage Delicious (8oz)

Delicious is a delightful Italian style table cheese fashioned from a mix of raw cow and sheep milk. It is one of our top five crowd pleasers. Serve it on a cheese platter with smoked tomato preserves and good charcuterie. Made in Leola, PA.
$14.99

Farm Fromage Thumbalina

A small, dense cylinder with a bloomy rind, this tiny wheel varies texturally between moist and fudgy younger wheels, and a delightful creamy texture with more age. It’s paste is bone white with a smooth soft layer under the thin rind. The initial flavor is a salty burst, yielding to distinctively goaty and barnyard hay characteristics, with a slightly spiced note from the penicillium on the rind and raw Brazil nuts on the finish. Bet you can’t eat just one! 4 wheels at approximately 6 oz total.
$9.99

Tomme de Conestoga (8oz)

Tomme de Conestoga makes a great gateway cheese for people who aren’t all-in for a super-funky goat cheese. It has the taste of an Italian table cheese, something sharper like hard provolone or Parmesan. The taste of goat cheese kicks in on the back end, as the last thing you taste, giving you a hint of what may be in store were you to branch out. The sharpness of the cheese is what stays with you, and that predominant flavor is what sticks out about this cheese.
$13.49

Wine-n-Goat (8oz)

If I were a cheese this would be the one. Our classic goat milk cheddar bathed in Port Wine. Grab a chunk and a glass of wine and melt into relaxation. (Notice; No goats drank wine!)
$12.49