Grass-fed spring season cow’s milk rounds, aged for two months to star as our summer-only selection.
Field Day is cave-aged on beds of rye straw. The rinds are washed with an infusion of the straw, to impart color, tannins, and aromatic compounds. As it ages, it develops a colorful rind of yellow, orange, and pink, covered with white dusting and occasional dark gray mottling. The interior turns supple, moist, and develops random small eyes.
It gets you with funky aromas of fields, cellar, sulfur, and cabbage on the outside, but once you are in ...expect a lighter milder flavor. Milky, buttery, and fruit-forward, this is a great showcase of the local spring season PA milk.
Sold in entire wheels for cutting by the merchant or a restaurant.