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Happy Goats Make Happy Cheese

Everyone has their favorite cheese or favorite type of cheese and if you asked me, there are too many great cheeses out there for me to really pick a favorite. However, one of my most desired is made at Pholia Farm in Southern Oregon called Elk Mountain. During the different seasons their herd of Nigerian Dwarf goats feed on the pastures of the base of the farms neighboring mountain called? Well you guessed it, Elk Mountain!

nigeriandwarfgoat Happy Goats Make Happy Cheese

This cheese is made in the style of the Pyrenees Tomme and aged for 6 months and washed in honey ale that produces a unique nutty flavor and complex finish. What is special about this cheese for me is not only the flavor, but the goats that produce the milk from which this lovely artisan cheese is made.

The miniature breed produces milk which yields higher butterfat content then any other breed in the world and since they only have a small herd, the amount of cheese they can make is minimal. Therefore, whenever Artisanal is able to carry it, I know it will not last long. Their herd is extremely well cared for that they show them in local competitions and offer the male bucks up for adoption. I’m looking forward to the next time we carry this cheese and hopefully I’ll be able to take a small piece home to enjoy!

Spread the curd!
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3 Responses to “Happy Goats Make Happy Cheese”

  1. KERIN Says:

    Not only does this cheese sound delicious…but that goat is incredibly adorable…so when Artisanal gets this cheese, I would love to know…and to boot is washed in a nut ale beer? YUM. Is it mostly a summer cheese? How often does the shop carry it? Are their recommended wine/beer pairings? Well, since I have room in my apartment for a little buck, maybe I should adopt one….athough why adopt the buck when you can get the cheese for….

  2. Lauren Says:

    Please put me on the waiting/notification list for some of this cheese, as well as one miniature goat! Due to the high butter fat content and goat's milk, I am assuming this has a rich and creamy texture, right? If using this in a cheese course, what flavors would you suggest that would bring out and highlight the characteristics of the cheese? Can't wait to taste….

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