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CALIFORNIA CHEESEBLAZER

$119.95

CALIFORNIA CHEESEBLAZER
CALIFORNIA CHEESEBLAZER
CALIFORNIA CHEESEBLAZER
CALIFORNIA CHEESEBLAZER
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Blaze your own cheese trail with this luxurious collection of California's best cheese. Add the organic flatbread crackers,  two handmade salami, fresh raw honeycomb, organic apricot jam, and local dry roasted almonds, and you have the perfect party in a box- or gift anyone would be thrilled to receive.  

Serves 6-8+

IN THE BOX:

    • Humboldt Fog (1 lb wheel)- world renowned ash-ripened goat cheese, tangy and rich; Cypress Grove, Humboldt County 
    • Mt. Tam (8 oz wheel)- award winning organic triple cream made in the French tradition; Cowgirl Creamery, Point Reyes 
    • Original Blue (6 oz wedge)- iconic California-style blue with a bold flavor and hints of sweet milk and a peppery finish; Pt. Reyes Farmstead Cheese, Pt. Reyes 
    • Ewereka (5 oz wedge)- made from 100% sheep's milk and aged for at least 3 months, with the characteristic of a classic aged cheddar but smoother on the palate; Central Coast Creamery, Paso Robles 
    • Duroc Salami (5 oz piece)- moist, easy on the palate and perfect with cheese, this dry cured salami with fennel pollen is made from 100% heritage pork; Fatted Calf Charcuterie, Napa 
    • Red Wattle Salami (5 oz piece)- with a tangy, little bite, this dry cured salami is infused with red wine, Spanish pimentón picante, smoked paprika and is made from 100% heritage pork; Fatted Calf Charcuterie, Napa 
    • Olive Oil & Sel Gris Flatbread Crackers (6 oz box)- organic, all wheat crackers, with a hint of sourdough; Rustic Bakery, Novato 
    • Olive Oil & Rosemary Flatbread Bites (4 oz box)- organic, all wheat crackers, with a hint of sourdough and rosemary; Rustic Bakery, Novato 
    • Dry Roasted Almonds (5 oz package)- simply the best almonds we have tried, from Fontana Farms, San Joaquin Valley 
    • Apricot Red Handed Jam (6 oz jar)- this Blenheim apricot jam adds that little tart fruit note that every cheese board needs, made with 100% organic fruit; Jamnation, San Francisco 

On rare occasions, substitutions will be made with an item of equal or greater value.

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Central Coast Creamery

Central Coast Creamery

Central Coast Creamery was founded in by Reggie Jones, a long-time cheesemaker, in Paso Robles, an area that once had a booming dairy industry to meet the demands of the Gold Rush era. Though commercial creameries saw ruin in the mid-20th century, today there are more and more artisan creameries, like Central Coast Creamery, revitalizing Paso’s fabled dairy culture. They source their milk from local dairies and produce small batches of cow, goat, and sheep’s milk.
Cowgirl Creamery

Cowgirl Creamery

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Cypress Grove

Cypress Grove

Started by Mary Keehn in 1984, at a time when nearly all goat cheese was imported from France, Cypress Grove evolved the American palate from the strong-flavored French imports to the more nuanced, creamy characteristics of domestic goat cheese. Their claim to fame is Humboldt Fog®, a multi-layered soft-ripened goat cheese with a strip of vegetable ash running down the center, represents Humboldt County’s foggy coastline.
Point Reyes Farmstead Cheese Co.

Point Reyes Farmstead Cheese Co.

California cheesemaking wouldn’t be the same without Point Reyes Farmstead Cheese Co. and their iconic raw milk cheese Original Blue. Claimed to be California’s only classic style blue cheese, Original Blue carved a name for the farmstead amongst Bay Area cheese lovers during its release in 2000. Today, the creamery makes an assortment of blue, aged, and soft cheeses from their dairy cows and other local dairies.
Rustic Bakery

Rustic Bakery

Carol LeValley & Josh Harris started Rustic Bakery in Novato in 2005. Their simple sourdough flatbread cracker, made with organic flour, water and salt, started in their home kitchen and expanded into a business when they sold their first 50 cases to the founders of Cowgirl Creamery. Their flatbread crackers are hand made in small batches using a fermentation process that gives them a snappy texture and a delicate sourdough flavor-- and makes them the perfect accompaniment to artisanal cheese.
Fatted Calf Charcuterie

Fatted Calf Charcuterie

Chefs Taylor Boetticher and Toponia Miller, who met at the Culinary Institute of America and later worked at Bay Area favorites Fog City Diner and Mustard's, started Fatted Calf Charcuterie in Napa in 2008. Their passion was to make small batch charcuterie using only pasture-raised animals and produce from the area’s small farmers. Today, they are one of the most highly regarded makers of artisanal aged and cured meats in California with two retail outlets.
Jamnation

Jamnation

Started by Gillian Reynolds in 2014, Jamnation uses organic fruit from local farms within 200 miles of their San Francisco base, Fair Trade Certified sugars and spices, and no pectin to make intensely flavored jams. The inspiration for their flavors comes from Reynolds' travels to over 30 countries. Her award-winning jams are as fun and lively as their names, including "Apricot Red Handed," "A Crockwork Orange," and "Plum and Get it."
Fontana Farms

Fontana Farms

Fontana Farms, started by Frank and Sharon Fontana in 1979, is located in Ceres, in the heart of California's Central Valley. They farm their own fruit, almonds and walnuts and make fruit preserves and sauces. The Fontanas can often be found at Bay Area farmers' markets.
Central Coast Creamery

Central Coast Creamery

Central Coast Creamery was founded in by Reggie Jones, a long-time cheesemaker, in Paso Robles, an area that once had a booming dairy industry to meet the demands of the Gold Rush era. Though commercial creameries saw ruin in the mid-20th century, today there are more and more artisan creameries, like Central Coast Creamery, revitalizing Paso’s fabled dairy culture. They source their milk from local dairies and produce small batches of cow, goat, and sheep’s milk.
Cowgirl Creamery

Cowgirl Creamery

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Cypress Grove

Cypress Grove

Started by Mary Keehn in 1984, at a time when nearly all goat cheese was imported from France, Cypress Grove evolved the American palate from the strong-flavored French imports to the more nuanced, creamy characteristics of domestic goat cheese. Their claim to fame is Humboldt Fog®, a multi-layered soft-ripened goat cheese with a strip of vegetable ash running down the center, represents Humboldt County’s foggy coastline.
Point Reyes Farmstead Cheese Co.

Point Reyes Farmstead Cheese Co.

California cheesemaking wouldn’t be the same without Point Reyes Farmstead Cheese Co. and their iconic raw milk cheese Original Blue. Claimed to be California’s only classic style blue cheese, Original Blue carved a name for the farmstead amongst Bay Area cheese lovers during its release in 2000. Today, the creamery makes an assortment of blue, aged, and soft cheeses from their dairy cows and other local dairies.
Rustic Bakery

Rustic Bakery

Carol LeValley & Josh Harris started Rustic Bakery in Novato in 2005. Their simple sourdough flatbread cracker, made with organic flour, water and salt, started in their home kitchen and expanded into a business when they sold their first 50 cases to the founders of Cowgirl Creamery. Their flatbread crackers are hand made in small batches using a fermentation process that gives them a snappy texture and a delicate sourdough flavor-- and makes them the perfect accompaniment to artisanal cheese.
Fatted Calf Charcuterie

Fatted Calf Charcuterie

Chefs Taylor Boetticher and Toponia Miller, who met at the Culinary Institute of America and later worked at Bay Area favorites Fog City Diner and Mustard's, started Fatted Calf Charcuterie in Napa in 2008. Their passion was to make small batch charcuterie using only pasture-raised animals and produce from the area’s small farmers. Today, they are one of the most highly regarded makers of artisanal aged and cured meats in California with two retail outlets.
Jamnation

Jamnation

Started by Gillian Reynolds in 2014, Jamnation uses organic fruit from local farms within 200 miles of their San Francisco base, Fair Trade Certified sugars and spices, and no pectin to make intensely flavored jams. The inspiration for their flavors comes from Reynolds' travels to over 30 countries. Her award-winning jams are as fun and lively as their names, including "Apricot Red Handed," "A Crockwork Orange," and "Plum and Get it."
Fontana Farms

Fontana Farms

Fontana Farms, started by Frank and Sharon Fontana in 1979, is located in Ceres, in the heart of California's Central Valley. They farm their own fruit, almonds and walnuts and make fruit preserves and sauces. The Fontanas can often be found at Bay Area farmers' markets.