Monday, May 13, 2013


I'll fully admit, I have an addiction to cheese. There's no place that satisfies my craving quite like the Grafton Village Cheese Company in Brattleboro, Vermont. This fine cheese maker got its start more than a century ago, in 1892 when dairy farmers came together to use their surplus milk for cheese. They've certainly perfected their product over time.

Their cheese comes in all shapes, sizes and flavors. They specialize in cheddar. You can get it aged one, two, three or even four years. Other flavors include maple smoked cheddar, sage and garlic. They are always coming up with tasty new varieties. All of their cheeses are delicious. If you're curious about how the cheese is made, you can watch workers make it at the store and sample as much of it as you want!

Grafton Village Cheese also sells local beers and wines. They have Mocha Joe's coffee, chocolates, jams & jellies, Vermont syrup, honey, baskets and various kitchen supplies. While you're there, stop by and say "hi" to some of their live donkeys. If you can't make it to Brattleboro, you'll find Grafton Village Cheese for sales at stores all over Vermont. You can also order it online.

You can sometimes see the cheese makers at work!

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1 comment :

  1. I wanted to see a picture of a donkey. :(

    However I do want cheese now... like WHOA!!