Revittle Kids' Delight TommeRevittle
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A tomme type table cheese made from fresh, raw, whole goat milk. A farmstead cheese produced in Newburg, Cumberland County Pennsylvania.
The cheese is aged four months to a year producing a cheese with a buttery, nutty rich flavor.
Our partners are farmstead cheese making professionals using old world techniques and recipes. Your cheese is hand picked and shipped from the cave to your door. To ensure the quality of the cheese during delivery, our partners will only ship Monday through Wednesday with 1 - 2 day delivery.
The FedEx ground 1 or 2 day delivery zone for many of our partners will cover all of the Atlantic Coast to as far west as Illinois. If your delivery location is outside the FedEx Ground 2 day delivery zone, your shipping will be automatically calculated upon checkout. You will have the option to choose 2 day air or overnight. If you have any questions please email email@example.com or call us directly 717.461.7447.
Otterbein Acres, which is located in Newburg, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, is an Amish farm providing organic artisanal cheeses and yogurt from goat, sheep and cow's milk and organic eggs. John Fisher is deeply devoted to sustainable agriculture and, as a result, for the better part of two decades, no chemicals have touched the soil on his farm. He believes sustainability is a better way to do dairy. His animals are all fed GMO free natural feed and raised without antibiotics. He believes the quality of his cheese is in direct correlation to the quality of his land. Otterbein Acres' cheeses are all natural rinded and aged on wood in an on-site underground cheese cave. John is very thankful to have the privilege to live the life he leads. "There is nothing more fun than walking the fields around my farm and seeing those birds and that wildlife there on that land. They are there because we are farming the way we are. I have a tremendous privilege to be here."
John Fisher is a farmstead cheesemaker and precisely the kind of person you want making your food. He's painfully honest, deeply devoted to sustainable agriculture and, most importantly, making cheeses that are robustly flavored and elegantly formed.
John believes that perfection lies in hard work and he works steadily and endlessly over the course of each day. Making cheese is exciting and thrilling for John who speaks with a pureness that is manifested in his cheese. "I enjoy the process of making cheese. There's an excitement when I add rennet and my curd sets up nicely. There's a thrill when cutting into a wheel, especially when it is a new kind."