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Cabot Clothbound Cheddar

Sweet and savory in equal measure.

Quick Overview:

Hard and crumbly when well-aged. An American classic that rivals its erstwhile Colonial masters. Take that, King George!

Quick Facts

Country of Origin: United States
Milk Type/Treatment: Past. Cow
Rennet Type: Microbial

The Flavor Experience

While Cabot's could at times be mistaken for an English clothbound this big boy is an American original. Slightly tangier but still incredibly well-balanced with a nutty sweetness.

The Story

Cabot Clothbound is the result of a truly collaborative effort between the Cellars at Jasper Hill and Cabot Creamery. Beginning in 2003, Cabot Clothbound has been made in the town of Cabot with milk from a single herd of Holstein cows at Kempton Farm, in Peacham, VT. The wheels are formed and then coated in lard, wrapped in muslin, and aged in a special cellar at Jasper Hill.

Usage Tips

Think malty ale or Basque cider. Take an apple crisp, top it with Cabot, and then just a smidge of bacon jam. Wait, I'll be right back...just going to make myself one.

Full Description
$15.00
SALE $10.00
/ 6 oz.
(You save $5.00 )

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Product Description

Hard and crumbly when well-aged. An American classic that rivals its erstwhile Colonial masters. Take that, King George!

Quick Facts

Country of Origin: United States
Milk Type/Treatment: Past. Cow
Rennet Type: Microbial

The Flavor Experience

While Cabot's could at times be mistaken for an English clothbound this big boy is an American original. Slightly tangier but still incredibly well-balanced with a nutty sweetness.

The Story

Cabot Clothbound is the result of a truly collaborative effort between the Cellars at Jasper Hill and Cabot Creamery. Beginning in 2003, Cabot Clothbound has been made in the town of Cabot with milk from a single herd of Holstein cows at Kempton Farm, in Peacham, VT. The wheels are formed and then coated in lard, wrapped in muslin, and aged in a special cellar at Jasper Hill.

Usage Tips

Think malty ale or Basque cider. Take an apple crisp, top it with Cabot, and then just a smidge of bacon jam. Wait, I'll be right back...just going to make myself one.

SKU: CHUS158P

Straight From the Monger's Mouth
"An American classic. The Vermont cheddar that helped kickstart one of the best artisanal producers in the States." – Malachy E., Monger & Illustrious Illustrator
Country of Origin
United States
Milk Type
Cow
Rennet Type
Microbial
Product Reviews
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  1. Di Bruno Bros.
    5

    Posted by Cabot Clothbound Cheddar on 29th Mar 2021

    I've been a fan of this cheese since trying it in VT decades ago. Very complex tasting experiences.

  2. Excellent.
    5

    Posted by Anthony McGoldrick on 23rd Aug 2020

    Loved it with a bottle of red

  3. Cabot Clothbound Cheddar
    5

    Posted by Jo Kulig on 15th Jun 2020

    This Cheese is wonderfully different--smooth, great flavor & texture. A perfect Aged Cheddar.

  4. Always great!
    5

    Posted by Unknown on 6th Aug 2018

    The cheese has a nutty taste and can hold it's own with any bread or cracker.

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