Band of Gold Cake of Cheese

Band of Gold Cake of Cheese

A band of gold?  Yes, the powerful little gem of a cake may be used for your wedding rehearsal dinner, or other special functions.  Its flavors shine brightly for the tastebuds.

The Band of Gold Cake of Cheese combines four artisan cheeses with distinct flavors…from two goats, a cow and a sheep…and three soft cheeses and one firm cheese.

These artisan cheeses represent some of the best in the United States.  The array of flavors will surprise and delight your guests.

Note: Fromagination no longer sells cakes of cheese directly from the website.  Call us at 608-665-3363 for information about prices and inventory availability.

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Band of Gold Cake of Cheese

The Band of Gold Cake of Cheese features four cheeses:

  • Wabash Cannonball is a soft, goat milk cheese made by Capriole in Greenville, Indiana.  Like its namesake, the train, this cheese travels to your cheese board rather quickly – ripening in only 10 days.  It has won Best in Show at the American Cheese Society awards.
  • Red Hawk is a soft, cow milk cheese made by Cowgirl Creamery in Petaluma, California.  Furthermore, this is a triple-cream, aged 4 weeks and washed in brine, with a smooth texture and pungent flavor.
  • Julianna is a goat milk cheese made by Capriole in Greenville, Indiana.  Coated in herbs and aged 4-8 months to a form its rind, Julianna is a unique buttery cheese, both tart and nutty.
  • Timber Coulee is a sheep milk cheese made by Hidden Springs Creamery in Westby, Wisconsin.  In fact, it is made in the style of Basque cheese Ossau Iraty, this firm cheese is aged 6 months and is nutty with a buttery finish.

This cake is approximately 5 inches wide (at its base) and 10 inches tall.  It contains approximately 52 1-ounce servings of cheese.

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