Category Archives: chevre
This garlic chèvre is covered with roasted garlic and olive oil; it has a sprig of rosemary too, which adds a subtle flavour and a splash of colour.
The flower chèvre is essentially our soft cheese without any additional flavouring. The flowers are edible but add no extra taste to the cheese. The result is a mild soft creamy goat cheese, with just a little more colour than one would expect to find on an ordinary dairy product.
A spicy chili goat chèvre.
This flavoured soft chevre comes with basil layered on top of it. A splash of olive oil helps to infuse the flavour throughout the cheese.
The blue Juliette is made essentially the same way as its whiter chevre sister, but the blue one is made half with blue and half with white mould. It takes on a very mild blue taste and also grows softer and stronger as it ages.