Sequatchie Cove Cumberland
Named for the towering plateau that envelops Sequatchie Cove Farm, which also happens to be the world's longest hardwood-forested plateau.
Tasting notes: Cumberland is a simple yet flavorful Tomme-style natural rind cheese with a smooth semi-firm texture. Aroma of earthy dried leaves and a palette of fruity, tangy cultured buttermilk and sweet hay, its versatility and approachable flavor make it equally at home in the kitchen and on the table.
Pairs nicely with: Drier white wines such as a dry Riesling, Saisons, green pears, pecans, and strawberry or cherry preserves. Perfect in salads or melted in almost any dish.
Raw Milk - Aged 90 Days
Natural Rind Tomme
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To maintain quality, our cheese inventory is constantly refreshing. We cannot guarantee that a cheese is in stock at a quantity sufficient to fill on order. Orders for out of stock or limited quantities will be notified, substitutions recommended and purchases partially or wholly refunded if necessary.
1-2 day shipping is required at checkout. Cheese is shipped on Monday - Wednesday in insulated packaging with cold packs. Cheese should be refrigerated immediately after receipt.
All our orders are sliced by hand. Slicing cheese is an inexact art. Weights are approximate and will vary.
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Local Pick Up & Delivery
Local Pick Up is available for all items and can be selected at check out. Most items will be available same day. Cheese trays and other prepared items will could require extra time. Delivery is available, but could be limited at times due to staffing.Read more →