Grey Owl

By: Cheese Secrets — Posted on September 10, 2010

The ash covered rind presents is so visually pleasing that you might not want to eat such a beautiful looking cheese. This goat’s milk cheese offers an interior paste that is white, firm and dense and transforms into a soft, crumbly texture in the mouth, while also offering pleasingly sharp, lemony flavours. It begins to soften with age, especially near the rind so it is best eaten within a short time period.

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