Cowgirl Creamery Deluxe Collection
Take Cowgirl's classic flavors up a notch. Delivered in a wooden cheese crate with cheese papers, this collection of all four of our aged cheeses is accompanied by locally baked Cowgirl Creamery olive oil and sea salt crackers.
Mt Tam Cowgirl Creamery – Petaluma, California As a respectful nod to the majestic beauty of Mt Tamalpais, located a few miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge in Marin County, Cowgirl Creamery named its signature cheese Mt Tam. Creamy and elegant, Mt Tam coats your tongue with a rich, buttery flavor that carries an earthy hint of white mushrooms. The triple-cream Mt Tam is made from unblended, organic, single-herd milk from Straus Family Dairy. (8oz)
Devil's Gulch Cowgirl Creamery – Petaluma, CA Our silky winter cheese is made with the rich, creamy cow mild from John Taverna’s Chileno Valley Jersey Dairy. Its bloomy rind is encrusted with sweet and hot red pepper flakes grown at the All Star Organics farm in Nicasio. Devil’s Gulch is named for the narrow ravine carved along the base of Mt. Barnaby, just down the road from the farm. (8oz)
Red Hawk Cowgirl Creamery - Petaluma, California Named for the Red-tailed Hawk that soars over the dramatic, rolling sweep of the Marin Headlands, Red Hawk is a full-flavored triple-cream cheese made from organic milk provided by the Bivalve Dairy. This rich and enticing cheese is aged six weeks and carefully washed with a salt-water brine that suffuses the rind with a sunset-orange glow and intensifies the cheese's already complex flavors. (8oz)
Wagon Wheel Cowgirl Creamery – Petaluma, California Wagon Wheel’s rosy-hued rind surrounds a delightfully supple center. Although quite luxurious in its natural state, the paste becomes almost magical when melted. The flavor has a mild tartness balanced beautifully with rich notes of brown butter and cream. (10oz)
Cowgirl Sea Salt and Olive Oil Crackers Rustic Bakery - Petaluma, California
Cowgirl Wooden Cheese Crate with Cheese Papers To store the leftovers and to keep cheese fresh.