Idyll Farms Idyll Puck Cheese
A pasteurized goat cheese made by Idyll Farms in northern MI, using the farm’s own seasonal milk. The name (gris means “gray” in French) comes from the gray vegetable ash that runs through the cheese’s center and helps the edible rind to grow.
Idyll Puck is the same cheese as the award winning Idyll Gris, but just half the size. Hand ladled and painted with a silvery vegetable ash, this cheese is lightly aged, and therefore slightly firmer than a fresh goat cheese. Still soft, the taste is mild with notes of fresh cream, fruit and umami flavors, developing a cream line under the pleasingly wrinkled rind as it ages. Both experienced and new goat cheese eaters will delight in Idyll Puck. Idyll Farms goats are Certified Humane Raised and Handled, so there's minimal gamey goat flavor, as the goats have plenty of space and fresh wild food to enjoy. The tastes of their wild forage mildly flavor the cheese, varying season to season. Try Idyll Puck with a baguette, Sauvignon Blanc and fruit - this is the classic way to eat the French version of this cheese. Any sweet pairing will complement the acidity, as well as cured meats, salads, and more. Beautiful on a cheese board and for entertaining.
|Brand Name||Idyll Farms|
|Ingredients||Pasteurized goats milk, cultures, enzymes, vegetable ash, salt, animal rennet.|
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