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Weston Tomme

Producer
Woodcock Farm
Region
Vermont
Size
8 ins diameter, 4-5 ins high
Weight
5-6 lbs
Website
Milk
Sheep
Classification
Firm
Rennet
Microbial
Rind
Natural

Woodcock Farm is located near Weston in the Green Mountain region of Vermont. Here, Mark and Gari Fischer run a flock of East Friesian dairy sheep that graze across the farm's 45 acres.

Milk from the sheep goes into the production of a their award winning cheeses. They also buy in high quality cow's milk from their neighbors at Taylor Farm, which has allowed them to expand their range of cheeses. They now produce some cheeses made entirely from cow's milk, as well as some made with a blend of the two milk types. Their cheeses include Timberdoodle, Weston Tomme, Cloud 9 and Summer Snow.

Weston Wheel is a sheep's milk tomme that is aged for between four and six months. It has a firm paste and a natural rind. Flavors are sweet and nutty, with caramel notes and burnt toffee.

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