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This cheese comes from Consider Barwell Farm in West Pawlet, Vermont. Established in 1864, it's named after the founder and was the first milk co-op in Vermont. In the modern day, Consider Bardwell is a well-established cheesemaker. All the cheeses are made from milk of cows and goats that graze there on organic, pesticide free grass year-round.
Dorset is inspired by Northern Italy's Taleggio: made from raw cow's milk and washed to inspire a funky, meaty rind. Slightly firmer than Taleggio and more complex, it's a true representation of the fact it’s made in Vermont, not Italy. Made in small-batches and pressed into forms that create a beautiful basket-weave ridges on the rind, this cheese feels special and rustic. It’s humble enough for snacking but lovely and interesting enough for entertaining. Try it for both.