Well, not really. But! We do have some new cheeses in that might interest you. We just received, this very day, a selection of cheeses from the Pacific Northwest and other places too. Without further adieu:
Sally Jackson Goat and Sheep cheese. Sally Jackson has long been considered one of the “mothers” of artisanal cheese in America. Since 1979 Sally and Roger Jackson have been managing a small herd of cows, goats and sheep. Their cheeses are rustic and simple but represent a higher quality that usually only exists in the Old World. When ever you have the opportunity to taste these do so with great relish.
Rivers Edge Chevre. Pat Morford has been hand crafting her cheeses for a few years now and I never ceased to be amazed by them. The soft cheeses, when ripe, are something totally sublime. The kind of cheese that I read about in other peoples travel journals of Europe long ago. Seriously good stuff that you should not go with out. We currently have in the Siletz Drums, Valsetz logs, and the Sunset Bay that needs another week or so in the cheese closet.
Ancient Heritage Dairy is new to us. We have been getting a few of their cheeses for only a few months now, but we are already becoming big fans. We currently have the Adelle in stock, everything else is sold out, a little crotin size cheese of cow and sheep’s milk. Soft, rich and beautiful.
The Adelle is the perfect accompaniment to a glass of bubbly this summer.
We have many other great cheeses in right now including a beer washed mini cheddar from Grafton Farms in Vermont, and the Saveur du Maquis. Saveur du Maquis is a Corsican sheep’s milk cheese covered in savory herbs that is absolutely delicious.
There are many more cheeses that we have in stock, these are just the highlights. Come in for a sample and judge for yourself. Cheers.