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St. Malachi

Toothsome, buttery, local award winner.

Quick Overview:

This savory Gouda/Alpine hybrid is one of Philly's most award-winning cheeses, and an American Cheese Society Best In Show recipient as well!

 

QUICK FACTS

Country of Origin: Coatesville, PA
Milk Type/Treatment: Raw Cow
Rennet Type: Traditional


THE FLAVOR EXPERIENCE

Brown butter and hazelnuts and savory simplicity, oh my! This toothsome well-aged Pennsylvania tastes like toasty champagne, roasted nuts and buttered toast. A long aging period makes it crystalline and dense, but the buttery flavor notes go on forever and ever.


THE STORY

Located in Coatesville, PA, the Farm at Doe Run and Doe Run Dairy are dedicated to producing high quality milk which makes high quality cheese. Simple and sustainable agriculture is the name of the game in Chester County, and their 700-acre farm is a veritable heaven-on-earth for their herd of Jersey cows, as well as their East Fresian sheep and Nubian goats!


USAGE TIPS

One of the friendliest cheeses for pairing with beer (another PA specialty) pretty much ever, go for your favorite pale ale, IPA or porter. This is also versatile paired with fruity jams, savory mustards, or even with a bit of dark chocolate. 

Full Description
$14.00
/ 8 oz.

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Product Description

This savory Gouda/Alpine hybrid is one of Philly's most award-winning cheeses, and an American Cheese Society Best In Show recipient as well!

 

QUICK FACTS

Country of Origin: Coatesville, PA
Milk Type/Treatment: Raw Cow
Rennet Type: Traditional


THE FLAVOR EXPERIENCE

Brown butter and hazelnuts and savory simplicity, oh my! This toothsome well-aged Pennsylvania tastes like toasty champagne, roasted nuts and buttered toast. A long aging period makes it crystalline and dense, but the buttery flavor notes go on forever and ever.


THE STORY

Located in Coatesville, PA, the Farm at Doe Run and Doe Run Dairy are dedicated to producing high quality milk which makes high quality cheese. Simple and sustainable agriculture is the name of the game in Chester County, and their 700-acre farm is a veritable heaven-on-earth for their herd of Jersey cows, as well as their East Fresian sheep and Nubian goats!


USAGE TIPS

One of the friendliest cheeses for pairing with beer (another PA specialty) pretty much ever, go for your favorite pale ale, IPA or porter. This is also versatile paired with fruity jams, savory mustards, or even with a bit of dark chocolate. 

SKU: CHUS053P

Country of Origin
United States
Milk Type
Cow
Rennet Type
Traditional
Product Reviews
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  1. Kayla M Wheeler offends me
    5

    Posted by Adam P on 18th Dec 2020

    I came to the sacred ground that is DiBruno brothers on a lovely day in September. The woman behind the counter recommended St Malachi and I was skeptical because what do I care that it won Pennsylvania cheese of the year. My cynicism quickly wore away as I tasted this divine cheese. My wife and I were aghast at its flavor and unique texture and despite the raging pandemic, felt compelled to invite people walking by to try a bite. This cheese is worth risking your life for and Kayla M Wheeler is not to be trusted with cheese. 5 stars to DiBruno and this cheese. (Separately - wear a mask! And don't accept cheese from strangers.)

  2. St. Malachi
    4

    Posted by Anthony McGoldrick on 23rd Aug 2020

    Delicious light taste

  3. St. Malachi cheese
    3

    Posted by Kayla M Wheeler on 23rd Jun 2020

    The St. Malachi cheese has taught me one thing - it is not safe or wise to order cheese from any place during the summer months. On the first order and on the replacement order, the cheese arrived warm to the touch, melted, with the oils separated and congealed in the packaging. The ice pack in the packaging was melted and hot to the touch. I don't know if the texture of the cheese is as it should be or if the melting of the cheese destroyed some of the "tears of joy."

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