Cabot clothbound cheddar

Cheese of the month: March
 Clothbound cheddar
 Fellow B-Corp Cabot Creamery makes this English-inspired cloth-wrapped cheddar in Vermont. The flavor is deeply savory and slightly tangy, with a caramel sweetness. crumbly texture, and nutty aroma.

Good to know: 

  • Bandaging, or wrapping, hard cheeses encourages proper rind formation and flavor and texture development.
  • The cheese ages in a deep dark cave where it is tended to often.
  • "Best in Show" at the American Cheese Society Awards.
Serving ideas: Charcuterie, apples, honey

Pour a glass of: Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, hard cider, hoppy beer

Milk source: Cow's milk Origin: Vermont, USRind: NaturalTexture: Hard, crumblyAging: 8-16 months

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