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Beekman 1802 Ghoast Cheese & Maker Scary Good for Halloween

Beekman 1802 Ghoast Cheese & Maker

Beekman 1802 Ghoast Cheese & Maker

The Beekman’s have a Halloween treat for us all, appropriately named Ghoast.  Starting out with raw goats milk collected directly from the Beekman farm’s own goats, the small ghostly white wheels are then aged for ninety days. During this aging process, the raw-milk wheels begin to develop the greyish-blue cape of a rind around the pale interior. The final result is a semi-firm cheese with distinct spicy, nutty, and grassy tones that are well balanced and very approachable, despite the scary name. The outer rind can be removed for those who have aversions to eating rinds, however I would encourage those who devour this devilishly delectable fromage to leave it on. The extra pepper and tang in the rind is just too tasty to miss. Continue reading

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