Point Reyes Original Blue Cheese (Whole Wheel) Approximately 6 Lbs by For The Gourmet at Old Cheney Road Farmers Market. MPN: 310823. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. The secret to Point Reyes Original Blue? lies in its unique combination of three ingredients. First, grade A unpasteurized milk is taken from a
Product Description & Reviews
The secret to Point Reyes Original Blue? lies in its unique combination of three ingredients. First, grade A unpasteurized milk is taken from a closed herd of Holstein cows that graze on the green pastured hills overlooking Tomales Bay, California. Next, the coastal fog and salty Pacific breezes common to Point Reyes, California conspire in lending the cheese a unique character. Finally, time influences the recipe too. Original Blue? is made within hours of milking, and then ages for a minimum of six months. The result? A creamier style, full-flavored blue cheese with definite hints of lemongrass and sea salt. For those of us who have fallen in love with Maytag Blue, sample Point Reyes Original Blue? for a familiar yet distinctly different experience!
Features & Highlights
- Made from Cow's milk
- Flavor: Semi-Sharp
- Recommended Wine: Chardonnay, Napa
- Product of U.S.
- Whole Wheel
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