First off the rank is the remarkable La Luna of Holy Goat Cheese in Victoria.

First off the rank is the remarkable La Luna of Holy Goat Cheese in Victoria.

This Geotrichum rind cheese is sure to convert anyone who thinks 'Goat Cheese' means a chevre.

Placing itself between the soft-rinds of Bries and Camemberts and the firm paste of a chevre, this wonder combines the glories of both, while adding a distinctive character of its own.

The tasting notes that came with it suggested serving with honey and crisp apple, and it is excellent advice. The rind has a subtle tang, the creamy layer beneath is smooth and rich, and the firm core is bright and fresh.

Thoroughly enjoyable, and well worth seeking out if in Victoria or NSW. Elsewhere ... you are probably out of luck.
http://holygoatcheese.com/la-luna-holy-goats-holy-grail/

Comments

  1. Oh dear. Oz friends have told me the landscape (if not the fauna) is so similar here and there that I needn't waste the money to make the journey. Your description makes me want to, and I don't even generally like goat cheese unless it is Very Fresh.

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