Say goat cheese.

  • Little Giant: You won’t Brie-lieve how smooth and creamy, nay, even fudgy this number is. (Those mushroomy-notes? Divine.) And it just happens to age like a dream. Plays best with briny olives and wildflower honey.

  • Truffle Tremor: You can’t go wrong with some Riesling in hand while sampling this ooey-gooey, truffle-powered fromage. It’ll only get more intense with time, softening from the outside in. Cheese for dessert? Say no more.

  • Lamb Chopper: The only sheep milk cheese you’ll find on their shelves, Cypress Grove is equally proud of this one’s nutty-but-sweet, firm-yet-meltable qualities that’ll have you dipping everything in sight into its buttery goodness.

  • Ms. Natural: Boring salads, who? Ms. Natural is coming to the rescue with tart tanginess and a world-class crumble that melts like a dream in your mouth. All white wines welcome.

  • Herbs de Humboldt: You guessed it—this one’s got a bouquet of flavors, including rosemary, thyme, and lavender that’ll transport you with a single sampling to the French countryside. Try it with a fresh fig, then thank us later.

  • Humboldt Fog: The creamy, soft-ripened cheese that started it all, it’s accented with edible vegetable ash for floral notes, herby overtones, and a clean citrus finish. Pair it with prosciutto or crumble it over salad.

  • Midnight Moon: Known to convert even the staunchest goat-cheese skeptics, this aged beauty starts with a nutty, buttery bite and has a long caramel finish. Enjoy it with jam and crackers or melt it over rustic bread.

  • Purple Haze: This fresh fromage is subtly sweet with a tangy brightness, thanks to lavender and hand-harvested fennel pollen. Stuff it in dates or crumble it over mixed baby greens.

  • Sgt. Pepper: Chili, curry, harissa, and pepper give this fresh cheese and complex taste and a slight kick. We love it tossed with pasta or dolloped over burgers.

  • PsycheDillic: A delightful blend of fresh goat cheese and hand-harvested dill pollen for a tart but bright finish. Tip: Spread this one over a bagel, or substitute it for mayo in your favorite tuna recipe.