JASPER HILL CREAMERY
CONSTANT BLISS was one of the original offerings of Jasper Hill Creamery when cheese production commenced in 2003. It was a raw milk, bloomy rind cheese named for a Revolutionary War scout who bravely fought along Bayley Hazen military road.
Constant Bliss is not currently under production by the creamery, or available from the Cellars.
Our evolution as a company has afforded us the opportunity to carry out exciting projects: our innovative underground vaults, the green machine, and microbiology lab. It has also led to the creation of many new cheeses, which make up the bulk of our current collection, as well as new jobs for our working landscape.
Unfortunately, amidst the flurry of progress, we are unable to make Constant Bliss 'the old fashioned way' and our current system of distribution does not accommodate a cheese that is at peak ripeness the day it is legal for sale (as a raw milk, soft cheese, we must wait 60 days before releasing from the farm).
Inevitably, we will resurrect Constant Bliss in one way or another in the coming years. Stay tuned for details, and thanks for supporting the rest of our collection in the meantime...
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Weybridge is a small-format, lactic-set cows milk cheese, which makes it the most similar to Constant Bliss in our collection. It is made from organic, Dutch Belt breed cow milk by Scholten Family Farm in Weybridge, Vermont. Its delicate texture and bold, buttery flavors remind us of our old friend Bliss...