Barely Legal Raw Goat Tome – per 1/2 lb (8 oz) (Seasonal)

$16.49

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  • Caputo's Cheese Caves

  • Caputo's Preservation Program

  • Domestic Cheeses

  • Goat's Milk Cheese

  • Made in Utah

  • Mesa Farm

  • Perishable



CPP designation highlights select products made with traditional craft to support biodiversity & stewardship
Unpasteurized goat’s milk from Southern Utah, cave aged for the legal minimum requirement of 60 days. A taste of one of Earth's most captivating landscapes.

Each wheel is hand-rubbed with goat's milk butter and aged in Caputo's Cheese Caves. As it adopts cultures from the air, it develops a mellowed tanginess to complement the terroir of Southern Utah.

MILK: Unpasteurized Goat's Milk
TASTING: Sagebrush, Oregano, Buttery mouthfeel, Light and tangy
SERVING: Antipasto, Cheese boards, Fresh crudité, Fresh berries
PAIRING: Crackers & Flatbreads, Fruit preserves, Light-bodied Rosé wines, IPA beers, Dry white wines, e.g. Sauvignon blanc, Pinot grigio

CULTURAL ORIGIN: United States
MADE IN UTAH

Learn more about Mesa Farm and cheesemaker Randy Ramsley on our blog: Goat Camp at Mesa Farm: for the love of food

In stock

Qty
  • Caputo's Cheese Caves

  • Caputo's Preservation Program

  • Domestic Cheeses

  • Goat's Milk Cheese

  • Made in Utah

  • Mesa Farm

  • Perishable

Unpasteurized goat’s milk from Southern Utah, cave aged for the legal minimum requirement of 60 days. A taste of one of Earth’s most captivating landscapes.

Each wheel is hand-rubbed with goat’s milk butter and aged in Caputo’s Cheese Caves. As it adopts cultures from the air, it develops a mellowed tanginess to complement the terroir of Southern Utah.

MILK: Unpasteurized Goat’s Milk

TASTING: Sagebrush, Oregano, Buttery mouthfeel, Light and tangy
SERVING: Antipasto, Cheese boards, Fresh crudité, Fresh berries
PAIRING: Crackers & Flatbreads, Fruit preserves, Light-bodied Rosé wines, IPA beers, Dry white wines, e.g. Sauvignon blanc, Pinot grigio

CULTURAL ORIGIN: United States
MADE IN UTAH

Learn more about Mesa Farm and cheesemaker Randy Ramsley on our blog: Goat Camp at Mesa Farm: for the love of food