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Cheese of the Week: Old Chatham Ewe's Blue

Old Chatham Creamery began in 1993 in the beautiful hills of the Hudson Valley. Prior to this, sheep dairies were rare in the United States, so founders Tom and Nancy Clark decided to trail-blaze the way for many other sheep dairies to come!

They served the local area and New York city restaurants with just 2 products, Hudson Valley Camembert and Plain Sheep Yogurt.

Today, they carry a wide variety of products! Take a look at their website here to explore their decadent cheeses and yogurts, affordable prices and shipping options!

Old Chatham Ewe's Blue is a buttery and sweet homage to Roquefort, the king of French blue cheeses. As a two-time first place winner in the 2018 and 2019 ACS competitions, expect this decadent and approachable Ewe's Blue to blow your mind!

Made with 100% sheep milk and aged 90 days. Ewe's Blue's paste is silky but finishes slightly fudgy. Tangy aromas of butterscotch, sweet cream, and butter with a slight floral undertone make it the unique and delicious Ewe's Blue.

What's so amazing about Old Chatham Creamery is that they are family-owned and operated, both the farm and the creamery itself!

All their animals are fed with all natural and non-GMO hay and grains, and their ingredients are always all natural and non-GMO as well. All their goat and sheep products contain 100% A2 Proteins and are made with the absolute minimum amount of processing, according to their website.

All milk protein is actually 30% beta-casein, which gives milk a large amount of its nutritional value. Studies suggest that up to 1 in 4 Americans cannot process A1 milk, and that lactose intolerance is often not the inability to digest lactose, but rather the A1 proteins. A1 proteins have also been linked to skin irritation, gut inflammation, and poor digestion! Old Chatham Creamery's goat and sheep milk have no A1 proteins, to allow your gut to operate as it should. Packed with wonderful probiotics that stabilize and improve your overall health! A decadent cheese made so you can be your healthiest you.


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