Lum Farm makes a variety of goat’s milk cheeses, including plain and herbed fresh Chevre, Gouda, Feta, Tomme, and an aged Chevre they call, “Bloomin’ Hazel.”
Bloomin’ Hazel has quickly become the farm favorite as they spent time developing and refining it over the past year. Bloomin’ Hazel is an aged, ash-ripened Chevre that has a white, bloomy rind. It has a soft, runny paste beneath the rind that blends with the goat’s milk’s acidic tang. It is a seasonal cheese that they look forward to sharing with their community in the spring and in the fall.
Photo credit to Lum Farm.