Coach Farm is searching for a name for its new raw aged goat's milk cheese. Several bloggers received samples of the cheese so they could taste and describe it for our readers. Today's post comes from Amy Sherman of Cooking With Amy.
What a treat to try Coach Farm’s new aged raw goat’s milk cheese! It looks like a French goat cheese with a smooth white bloomy rind and the cheese itself is pale and mild. The new cheese reminds me of snow on a spring day, bright and clean quickly dissolving like snowflakes in my mouth. It’s mostly crumbly, soft and smooth but has a creamy layer (aka paste) just beneath the rind.
This cheese needs a name and you can be the one to provide it. All you need to do is send us your suggestion. Click here to learn how!
NAME A NEW CHEESE
This is a brand new cheese that's never been seen or tasted before. Before Coach Farm can release it in all its goaty goodness it needs a name. That's where you come in! Learn about the cheese from this video, our bloggers' first-hand accounts, or this tasting and tell us what you think it should be named.
We're searching for 5 talented bloggers to get a sample of Coach's new aged raw goat's milk cheese and describe it so folks can take a stab at finding the perfect moniker for it.
HOW IT WORKS
We'll send you a sample of cheese and you'll get to taste it (or even share it with your friends if you're so inclined). Then you'll send us a blog post with descriptions, photos, and whatever else you think will help our readers understand the essence of the cheese. Your blog post will be featured on our website and promoted on our social media. Want even more free stuff? Not only will you get free cheese, fame, and (most likely) fortune, you'll also get to host a giveaway on your own blog.
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