Farmers Cheese

Farmers cheese is naturally lower in fat, with a mellow flavor similar to Havarti. Semi-soft and buttery, it’s an excellent choice for many recipes or just for snacking.

Customers who enjoy Farmers Cheese might also enjoy our award-winning Farmers with Pesto or Farmers with Roasted Red Pepper.

Natural Farmers Cheese

Product Description: Farmer’s cheese is naturally lower in fat, with a mild, mellow flavor similar to Havarti. Semi-soft and buttery, it’s an excellent choice for many recipes or just for snacking.

Pairings and Complementary Flavors

Cocktails: Martini, Moscow Mule, Gin and Tonic, Mimosa
~ A classic vodka or gin Martini with its clean and crisp profile is a refreshing counterpart to the creaminess of the farmer’s cheese.
~ The zesty combination of ginger beer, vodka, and lime in a Moscow Mule contrasts elegantly with the cheese’s tanginess.
~ The herbal notes of gin and the effervescence of tonic water in a classic Gin and Tonic balance the cheese’s mild tang and create a splendid pairing.
~ A classic Mimosa made with champagne and orange juice adds just a touch of sweetness that complements this cheese’s savory flavors.

Wine: Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Beaujolais, Prosecco
~ A Sauvignon Blanc’s crisp and vibrant acidity mingles well with the cheese’s tanginess and creates a refreshing pairing.
~ Due to its buttery notes, a lightly oaked Chardonnay enhances the creaminess of the farmer’s cheese.
~ Pinot Grigio’s light and fruity profile melds with the cheese without overpowering its subtleties.
~ The fruity and low tannin nature of a Beaujolais is a lovely match, allowing the cheese’s flavors to shine through.
~ A slightly off-dry Riesling balances the cheese’s tanginess, adding a sweetness to the pairing.

Beer: Wheat beer, Pale Ale, Amber Ale, Saison, Pilsner
~ A light, refreshing wheat beer complements the creaminess of the farmer’s cheese.
~ A citrusy Pale Ale cuts through the cheese’s rich profile and adds a pleasant bitterness that complements its taste.
~ With its balanced maltiness and hoppy bitterness, an Amber Ale can be a harmonious pairing that won’t overwhelm the cheese.
~ The fruity, peppery notes of a Saison present an interesting contrast, while the clean and crisp profile of the Pilsner provides refreshment.

Accompaniments: Crackers, bread, fruits, fresh vegetables, jams, chutneys
~ Crackers or bread provide a satisfying neutral accompaniment for serving the cheese.
~ Strawberries, raspberries, grapes, apples, or pears add a refreshing and sweet component, while dried apricots, figs, or cranberries provide a sweet and chewy element.
~ Sliced cucumber, cherry tomatoes, or carrot sticks add a crisp and refreshing flavor to accentuate the creamy characteristic of the cheese. Fruit jams or chutneys can create a delicious, sweet, and savory combination.

Suggested uses:

  • For a mild-tasting and crowd-friendly addition to a cheese board
  • Use in pasta sauce for a creamy and tangy twist
  • Add it to omelets, quiche, pancakes, or waffles for a creamy and flavorful addition
  • Crumble atop salads or slice and layer inside of sandwiches

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$3.99$14.99

Farmers cheese is naturally lower in fat, with a mellow flavor similar to Havarti. Semi-soft and buttery, it’s an excellent choice for many recipes or just for snacking.

Customers who enjoy Farmers Cheese might also enjoy our award-winning Farmers with Pesto or Farmers with Roasted Red Pepper.

Natural Farmers Cheese

Product Description: Farmer’s cheese is naturally lower in fat, with a mild, mellow flavor similar to Havarti. Semi-soft and buttery, it’s an excellent choice for many recipes or just for snacking.

Pairings and Complementary Flavors

Cocktails: Martini, Moscow Mule, Gin and Tonic, Mimosa
~ A classic vodka or gin Martini with its clean and crisp profile is a refreshing counterpart to the creaminess of the farmer’s cheese.
~ The zesty combination of ginger beer, vodka, and lime in a Moscow Mule contrasts elegantly with the cheese’s tanginess.
~ The herbal notes of gin and the effervescence of tonic water in a classic Gin and Tonic balance the cheese’s mild tang and create a splendid pairing.
~ A classic Mimosa made with champagne and orange juice adds just a touch of sweetness that complements this cheese’s savory flavors.

Wine: Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Beaujolais, Prosecco
~ A Sauvignon Blanc’s crisp and vibrant acidity mingles well with the cheese’s tanginess and creates a refreshing pairing.
~ Due to its buttery notes, a lightly oaked Chardonnay enhances the creaminess of the farmer’s cheese.
~ Pinot Grigio’s light and fruity profile melds with the cheese without overpowering its subtleties.
~ The fruity and low tannin nature of a Beaujolais is a lovely match, allowing the cheese’s flavors to shine through.
~ A slightly off-dry Riesling balances the cheese’s tanginess, adding a sweetness to the pairing.

Beer: Wheat beer, Pale Ale, Amber Ale, Saison, Pilsner
~ A light, refreshing wheat beer complements the creaminess of the farmer’s cheese.
~ A citrusy Pale Ale cuts through the cheese’s rich profile and adds a pleasant bitterness that complements its taste.
~ With its balanced maltiness and hoppy bitterness, an Amber Ale can be a harmonious pairing that won’t overwhelm the cheese.
~ The fruity, peppery notes of a Saison present an interesting contrast, while the clean and crisp profile of the Pilsner provides refreshment.

Accompaniments: Crackers, bread, fruits, fresh vegetables, jams, chutneys
~ Crackers or bread provide a satisfying neutral accompaniment for serving the cheese.
~ Strawberries, raspberries, grapes, apples, or pears add a refreshing and sweet component, while dried apricots, figs, or cranberries provide a sweet and chewy element.
~ Sliced cucumber, cherry tomatoes, or carrot sticks add a crisp and refreshing flavor to accentuate the creamy characteristic of the cheese. Fruit jams or chutneys can create a delicious, sweet, and savory combination.

Suggested uses:

  • For a mild-tasting and crowd-friendly addition to a cheese board
  • Use in pasta sauce for a creamy and tangy twist
  • Add it to omelets, quiche, pancakes, or waffles for a creamy and flavorful addition
  • Crumble atop salads or slice and layer inside of sandwiches
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  1. jbearse2027

    My favorite cheese because the flavor is not too sharp.

  2. MARIA DIX

    My all time favorite

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