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Seascape

Producer
Central Coast Creamery
Country
United States
Region
California
Size
9.5 in diameter x 4.5 in height
Weight
10 lbs; sold in 8 oz blocks
Website
www.centralcoastcreamery.com
Milk
Cow
Goat
Classification
Firm
Rennet
Vegetable
Rind
Plasticoat

 

Cheesemaker Reggie Jones worked in product development and quality control in industrial cheese production settings for years before finally deciding to branch off on his own and pursue small-scale artisanal production. He founded Central Coast Creamery in Paso Robles, CA in 2008.

Seascape is a cheddar-style cheese that was inspired by a resort on the Central Coast where Reggie and his family love to spend time. Made with a blend of cow and goat’s milk, Seascape ages for at least four months. The result is a semi hard cheese with a slightly crumbly yet silky texture. 

Tasting Notes

Flavor is slightly sweet with hints of caramel, a refreshing tang and a sharp cheddar-like finish.

Pairings

Reggie suggests pairing Seascape with a big, jammy Zinfandel from the Paso Robles wine region.

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