Beehive Cheese Company - TeaHive and Promontory

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We're all familiar with the studies that came out bein' all, "CHEESE IS BASICALLY A NARCOTIC!" and everyone felt a little justified in our clammy-handed lactose-addled jonesin'. THEN it turned out maybe cheese isn't really tantamount to the nasal basil. No matter what causes us to fiend for cheese, you might as well feed that habit with the good stuff. Besides, we heard that stuff on the streets was cut with provel.

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(1) - Beehive Cheese Company TeaHive, 16 oz. Wedge
(1) - Beehive Cheese Company Promontory, 16 oz. Wedge

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Beehive Cheese Company TeaHive
As Beehive’s newest addition to the family, TeaHive is a “feel good” cheese. The soothing qualities of tea and the relaxing properties of bergamot combine to produce a lovely cheese with rich fragrances of orange blossoms in April. The creaminess of this Jersey cow cheese immediately delights the palate and the complexities of the tea-rubbed rind continue through the finish.

Pairing suggestions

  • Fruit-forward or floral wines, pilsners, and chocolaty stouts
  • Beehive RUSKS, savory scones, biscuits, or marmalade


Beehive Cheese Company Promontory
Promontory, as well as all Beehive cheeses, is made from the milk of Jersey cows from Ogden’s Wadeland South Dairy. Wadeland’s Jersey cows enjoy 350 acres near the salty marshes, ponds and mudflats of the mineral-loaded soil of the Great Salt Lake. The same nutrient-rich soil that feeds thousands of migrating birds, feeds the lush alfalfa that the cows love to eat.

As the patriarch of the Beehive family of cheeses, Promontory is an Irish-style cheese with buttery, full-bodied texture and snappy, citrus-like fruity notes.

Pairing Suggestions

  • Medium to full-bodied red wines, ales and IPAs
  • Honey, preserves, gourmet mac-and-cheese, grilled Panini with roasted red peppers

 

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Beehive Cheese Company TeaHive

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Awards

  • 1st Place at the American Cheese Society competition in 2012
  • 2nd Place at the American Cheese Society competition in 2015


Beehive Cheese Company Promontory

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Interesting Fact
Jersey cows are the smallest, and arguably the cutest, of dairy cow breeds. Despite their small size, they produce milk with the highest protein and fat content. Higher fat and protein means the milk is creamier. This is why Beehive cheese crafts such beautifully creamy cheese. 

Awards

  • Gold Medal at the 2013 World Cheese Awards
  • Bronze Medal at the 2010 & 2014 World Cheese Awards
  • Grand Champion at the 2013 & 2014 Idaho Milk Processor's Association competition
  • 3rd Place at the 2015 Idaho Milk Processor's Association competition
  • 1st Place at the 2011 American Cheese Society
  • 2nd Place at the 2015 American Cheese Society
  • 3rd Place at the 2015 American Cheese Society
  • 1st Place at the 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014 Idaho Milk Processor's Association competition

 

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