There’s efficiency and strength when we work together. That’s the principle on which the Cabot Creamery Cooperative was founded by the farmers of Cabot, Vermont in 1919. Dedicated farm-owners provide the fresh milk that their cheese makers skillfully craft into award-winning cheddar. The Cheddar Master keeps a careful eye on the aging process, taking core samples along the way. When he gives the nod, we know our cheese has reached perfection. Ole! Our hottest south-of-the-border cheddar yet! Attention-grabbing habaneros offer a ride-’em cowboy, yee-haw, blazing taste experience. Not for the timid! Try this tasty recipe this holiday season (see recipes). Made from pasteurized cow’s milk. Suitable for vegetarians. We cut and wrap this item by hand.
- Ships expedited in a reusable insulated cooler to ensure freshness
- Made in the USA
- A perfect blend of spice and cheddar give this a thumbs up from the crowd!
- Wonderful in anything! Melt on a burger, add to a salad, add to quiche or queso dip
- Made from unpasteurized cow’s milk
I bought this cheese on a whim at the grocery store after seeing it featured on Unwrapped.
I just had a few slices plain and a few more melted over some triscuits.
Wow! The cheese itself is a pretty mild but quite tasty cheddar. If you’re reading this review, you’re probably more interested in what’s in the cheese. Let me tell you, there’s a definite burn but as the other review mentions, it’s not really off-putting. It’s the consistent, enjoyable sort (definitely strong, though) without being throbbing or unpleasant.
I’ll almost certainly be keeping a stock of this cheese in the fridge from now on. 🙂
This is the best pepper cheese I’ve tasted. It’s hot but not inedible hot… unless you have wussy taste buds. Crackers and cheese have been bland until I bought this cheese. This cheese even taste good on chicken. Take a slice and melt it on some crusted chicken and you’ll give your chicken an extra kick. Something you’ll need if it comes out dry or bland 😉
Anyway you won’t regret buying/ eating this cheese 🙂