Cascadia Creamery uses cow's milk from a fourth-generation dairy that breeds Jersey, Dutch Belted and Friesian cows to make an array of cheeses that are aged in a special aging room built inside a lava tube cave. The natural cave air has an ideal temperature and humidity content for ripening cheese. Sawtooth is a semi-soft washed-rind cheese on the milder side with yeasty, beefy aromas--like French St. Nectaire but better. Named for the nearby Sawtooth Huckleberry Fields on the shoulder of Mt. Adams where Native Americans have picked berries for thousands of years. This semi-soft, raw milk washed rind cheese treats the palate to a fudgy, smooth texture and a complex peaty flavor with notes of freshly pickled walnuts and honeycomb - aged 60 to 75 days.
Like the terroir of a fine wine, it’s all about the soil, the region, and the environment. The Cascadia Creamery cows graze on pastures grown in the rich, volcanic soil of the Cascade Mountains. They drink the mineral-rich glacial waters of snow-capped Mt. Adams. All their varieties provide a rich and unforgettable epicurean experience.
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How We Ship
Our products are always shipped so they will arrive at your door in optimal condition! We’ve carefully selected packaging options that have minimal impact on the environment without compromising on food safety or quality.
For perishable orders, we line our shipping boxes with Tempguard - a unique, padded insulator made of 100% pre-consumer recycled paper material. We further control the temperature with recycled kraft paper fill and non-toxic frozen gel packs. In the summer months, we may include dry ice to ensure fresh delivery in very hot weather.
Note: Please join our efforts to be mindful of our environment and extend the life-cycle of our packaging, by recycling your shipping box, Tempguard liner, and kraft fill (all 100% curbside recyclable!). Store the gel packs in your freezer and reuse to keep your next picnic or road trip fare cool.