The kits include a “classic” Make Your Own Goat Cheese Box, The Honey Box, and The Kid Box. All the kits contain a cheese towel, citric acid, a foodsafe pocket thermometer, cheese salt, and a complete set of instructions and recipes, all packed into a cute cardboard container. The Honey Box comes with a 3 oz Savannah Bees Cheese Honey, instructions to re-create Belle Chevre’s wildly successful honey breakfast cheese, and tubs and packaging perfect for storing or gifting cheese. The Kid Box comes with specialized instructions and one of several different just-for-kids surprises.The kit’s attractive, eye-catching design makes it a perfect gift, and one that can be re-used several times. They will sell at gift shops and groceries nationwide and will be available for purchase from www.bellechevre.com. The kits will retail for $27.95, except for the honey kit, which retails at $29.95.
“Cheesemaking is so satisfying and is really so very easy,” says Belle Chevre president Tasia Malakasis. “That’s why we wanted to offer our expertise in the form of a creamery-in-
Belle Chevre has produced a variety of internationally acclaimed chevres since 1989 using time-tested European farmstead techniques. The company is purposefully small, and each chevre is hand made in Alabama by its passionate cheese makers. Belle Chèvre cheeses have received numerous national awards from the American Cheese Society and the American Dairy Goat Association, and have been featured by Martha Stewart, Oprah, and everyone in between.
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