Cypress Grove Celebration Cheese "Cake"
For a cheesy celebration.
You could have a regular ol’ layer cake at your next celebration, or you can let this triple-tiered tower take center stage. It’s three wheels of soft-ripened goat cheese, all from Cypress Grove of northern California. (They have a happy herd of goats and a creamery on site, so you can bet the taste is top-notch.) The top and bottom layers are Humboldt Fog, known for its creamy, floral flavor. The middle is Truffle Tremor, with notes of herb and mushroom. You’re looking at 9 pounds of goodness here, which measures up at about 8 inches tall when stacked—yep, there’s plenty to go around.
Photography by James Random & Ty Mecham
Details & Materials +-
Humboldt Fog: Pasteurized cultured goat milk, salt, enzymes, vegetable ash.
Truffle Tremor: Pasteurized cultured goat milk, salt, truffle (Tuber aestivum Vittadini), enzymes.
Each "cake" includes the following:
(1) 1 lb wheel Humboldt Fog
(1) 3 lb wheel Truffle Tremor
(1) 5 lb wheel Humboldt Fog
Care & Notes +-
Keep cheese cold (32°–40°F) and wrapped in cheese paper or wax paper in the coldest part of your fridge. Once cut into, enjoy cheese within 7-10 days.
Shipping & Returns +-
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