A fresh creamy goat cheese covered in a layer of ash, ripened by a delicate white mold, Greystone looks pretty on a cheese board and it tastes as good as it looks.
To make Greystone we take our fresh chevre, hand roll it into the shape of a stone and dust the cheese with vegetable ash. We then age this cheese for 10-14 days. During this time a delicate white mold grows on the outside forming a rind. Some like this cheese best when ripened to super gooey when it develops tons of character, but this cheese is also delicious younger, as a firmer and fresher tasting cheese.
We ship a young version of Greystone to you. If you would like it more ripe, simply let us know in the comment at check out OR keep it in your refrigerator a little longer before you eat it. The flavour of this cheese becomes stronger as it ages. The best before of Greystone is dependent on how strong you like your cheeses.