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Central Coast Creamery

posted on February 15th, 2016 by Carl Smith

cheese3Discover some of our favorite cheeses produced by Central Coast Creamery. They are committed to using local California milk from animals not treated with hormones. All of their cheeses are made in small batches with an uncompromising attention to detail so that our cheeses consistently deliver an unparalleled tasting experience.

Central Coast Creamery specializes in aged cheeses that blend the beauty of different milks and manufacturing processing that result in products unlike all others in the marketplace. All of the cow milk used is certified to be hormone (rBST) free. The goat milk is bought from a local farmer very close to the production facility and is processed as fresh as possible. All of the other ingredients that they use to produce their cheeses are certified for organic production.

Our cheese departments are proud to offer two of their signature cheeses:



Goat Cheddar

A hand-crafted artisan cheese made from 100% whole goat milk. This semi-crafted semi-hard cheese is pure white with a smooth, velvety texture. Exceptional cheddar made from a proprietary manufacturing technology which produces a goat milk cheddar superior to all in the marketplace.






An original hand-crafted artisan cheese made from blended goat and cow milk. Seascape is a semi-soft cheese with a smooth, creamy texture and a complex tanginess that makes the cheese a true American Original. This cheese has a natural brushed rind and has been aged to perfection for a minimum of 4 months.

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