Goat milk cheeses bring their own distinct flavors and a touch of sweetness to your cheese board. These cheese are always memorable but never overpowering. Here are a few of Nick's favorites:
Humboldt Fog: Characterized by the layers of vegetable ash in the rind and through the center, this crumbly, tangy cheese is a perfect introduction to aged goat cheeses.
Julianna: A flaky, buttery cheese coated with a delicious blend of dried herbs in the rind.
Bijou: A French crottin-style goat cheese from Vermont with a slightly spicy, earthy flavor that contrasts well with the natural sweetness of the goat milk.