Bayley Hazen Blue Jasper Hill Jasper Hill
  • BAYLEY - Bayley Hazen Blue is a Jasper Hill Farm original, and is made from high-quality whole raw milk. It is named for an old military road commissioned by George Washington during the Revolutionary War. Though no battle ever took place, the road brought Greensboro, VT, its first settlers. Bayley Hazen has developed a loyal following because of its fudge-like texture, toasted-nut sweetness, and anise spice character. The paste is dense and creamy, with well-distributed blue veins. The usual peppery character of blue cheese is subdued, giving way to the grassy, nutty flavors in the milk. PAIRING AND SERVICE - The texture and flavor make Bayley an ideal choice for any lover of blue cheese, but with a balance of flavors that renders it accessible to those new to the style. Try pairing with a fruity red dessert wine, toasty Imperial Stout, or a hunk of dark chocolate.

  • ABH Free
    Yes
    All Natural
    Yes
    Contains Dairy
    Yes
    Contains Milk
    Yes
    Gluten Free
    Yes
    Milk Type
    Cow
    Non Pasteurized Raw
    Yes
    Peanut Free
    Yes
    Pricing Unit of Measure
    LB
    Region of Origin
    VERMONT
    Shelf Life
    14
    Size
    1/7 LB WHEEL PC
    Storage Type
    REF
    Sustainable
    Yes
    Transfat Free
    Yes
    Unit of Measure
    PC
    Vegetarian
    Yes
    rBGH Free
    Yes
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