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PRODUCER: CENTRAL COAST CREAMERY
ORIGIN: PASO ROBLES, CA

Our Goat Gouda is an award winning favorite!  It is made from 100% whole goat milk and goat cream and aged on pine wood in our ripening room for at least 5 months. This semi-soft cheese is ivory colored with a smooth mouth feel and the slightly grainy texture of an aged cheese.  Goat Gouda has a caramel scent and a slightly nutty and sweet flavor that makes this cheese an ideal choice for your cheese tray or picnic basket or when pairing with your favorite wine or beer.

INGREDIENTS: Pasteurized 100% Goat Milk, Salt, Cheese Cultures, and Enzymes.


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    Central Coast Creamery - Goat Gouda

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    PRODUCER: CENTRAL COAST CREAMERY
    ORIGIN: PASO ROBLES, CA

    Our Goat Gouda is an award winning favorite!  It is made from 100% whole goat milk and goat cream and aged on pine wood in our ripening room for at least 5 months. This semi-soft cheese is ivory colored with a smooth mouth feel and the slightly grainy texture of an aged cheese.  Goat Gouda has a caramel scent and a slightly nutty and sweet flavor that makes this cheese an ideal choice for your cheese tray or picnic basket or when pairing with your favorite wine or beer.

    INGREDIENTS: Pasteurized 100% Goat Milk, Salt, Cheese Cultures, and Enzymes.


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