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Sweet Grass Dairy, "Green Hill", cow's milk, Georgia, 213g

Sweet Grass Dairy, "Green Hill", cow's milk, Georgia, 213g

$17.00

  • Sweet Grass Dairy, "Green Hill", cow's milk, Georgia, 213g

    Sweet Grass Dairy, "Green Hill", cow's milk, Georgia, 213g

    $17.00 Excl. tax

      In stock (6)

      Exuberant buttery flavor, a nice thin rind, and silky texture are the signature traits of this Camembert type cheese.

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      ABOUT THIS PRODUCT

      Named after the first rotational-grazing dairy in our family, Green Hill is a crowd pleaser. This double cream, soft-ripened beauty is incredibly versatile with a wide range of pairing options. A Sweet Grass Dairy original, it has a subtle mushroomy flavor with a silky texture.

      Great paired with sparkling wine, Chardonnay or Cider.

      ABOUT SWEET GRASS DAIRY

      Sweet Grass Dairy is a landmark in downtown Thomasville, where it operates both a cheese shop and a full-service restaurant. Their success stems from their commitment to producing high quality, flavorful cow's milk cheeses that are a true expression of their unique terroir.

      Sweet Grass purchases milk from the family's dairy farm located 30 miles from historic Thomasville. The Little family is dedicated to farming sustainably, utilizing a New Zealand rotational grazing method and upholding the highest level of humane animal husbandry.

      Thomas County is located in the only area of the United States where cattle can graze 365 days a year due to mild winters and water from the Floridian aquifer. The climate is so ideal that the Little's do not even have a barn to house their cows.

      Their goal as cheesemakers is to make cheeses in an old-world style to let the true flavors of the grass-based milk shine through to the final product. And it is working. Bit by bit, they are changing the American perspective on food and are dedicated to educating the American public on the importance of knowing how foodstuffs are grown, raised or made.

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