Jasper Hill Alpha Tolman Jasper Hill
  • Alpha Tolman is named for a philanthropic dairy farmer who built the Greensboro library in 1900. Alpha's grandfather, Enoch, was one of our town's original settlers. His namesake cheese is made in our satellite creamery, located within the Vermont Food Venture Center in Hardwick, VT - a facility designed to incubate value-added projects and enrich our agricultural economy.SENSORY NOTES - Alpine cheeses like Appenzeller inspire the recipe for this Jasper Hill Creamery original. Alpha Tolman has a buttery, fruit & nut flavor when young, developing bold meaty, caramelized onion flavors as it matures. The texture is dense and pliant, easily portioned and ideal for melting. PAIRING AND SERVICE - The texture, aesthetic, and flavor make Alpha Tolman an ideal choice for fans of Appenzeller (or fondue!). Try pairing with a robust ale, plummy red wine, or onion jam. For a satisfying meal, follow the lead of Swiss/French raclette – melt onto a plate of fingerling potatoes, cured meat and natur

  • 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
    180
    Size
    1/5.5 LB AVG PC
    Storage Type
    REF
    Sustainable
    Yes
    Transfat Free
    Yes
    Unit of Measure
    PC
    Vegetarian
    Yes
    rBGH Free
    Yes
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