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Fresh Goat Cheese laced with fresh basil, tarragon and thyme. Hand-ladled. Lightly Salted.

 

StateTexas
CountyDallas County
TownDallas
ProducerMozzarella Company
ProductHerb Goat Logs
TypeGoat Cheese with Fresh Basil, Tarragon, and Thyme
AgingNo Aging
Production MethodsMilk from Local Farms
Production MethodsVegetable Rennet
Production MethodsPasteurized
Production MethodsGoat's Milk

Our partners at Mozzarella Company are cheese making professionals using old world techniques and recipes. Your cheese is hand picked and shipped right from their cheese cave to your door. To ensure the quality of the fresh cheese during delivery, all shipments will be sent as overnight shipping.

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If you have any questions please email hey@revittle.com or call us directly 717.461.7447

Paula Lambert fell in love with fresh mozzarella in Italy and decided to bring the art of cheese making home to Texas. Since 1982, her tiny factory in downtown Dallas has made award-winning cheeses the old- fashioned way - by hand. Using fresh milk and the finest Texas ingredients, Paula and her staff consistently produce cheeses that grace the pages of gourmet magazines and delight the taste buds of cheese lovers across the country.

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Although the Mozzarella Company now produces almost 200,000 pounds of cheese a year and more than forty different products, including a blue cheese, butter and a torta of mascarpone layered with pecan pralines, one thing still hasn't changed: Each and every cheese is made completely by hand.

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Our cheesemakers practice the art of cheese making to ensure that every bite exceeds your expectations. Our cheeses are all made completely by hand following centuries-old recipes, using the freshest ingredients.