Zingerman’s Creamery in Michigan crafts this trio of flavorful, exceptionally creamy cheeses from the highest-quality cow’s and goat’s milks sourced from local dairies.
Great Lakes Cheshire: An aged raw cow’s milk cheese from cheesemaker John Loomis, with an ivory paste, thick yet slightly crumbly texture and buttery, nutty flavor with hints of citrus. 8 oz.
Detroit Street Brick: A pasteurized goat’s milk cheese made with kid rennet and green tellicherry peppercorns and aged two weeks to develop its fluffy white-mold rind, fudgy texture and bright peppery flavor. 8 oz.
Little Napoleon: Made from pasteurized goat’s milk, molded into rounds and aged for two weeks to develop a beautiful amber mold rind. It has a dense, creamy texture, and slightly tart, earthy flavor. Two 3-oz. rounds.