Etzy Ketzy is a luscious, washed rind cheese with a fine texture and subtle flavour. We use 50% goat and 50% Freisan Cow milk for this cheese. This is a seasonal product that is made during winter when goat milk supply is low.
Medals & Awards
|Champion Sheep, Goat and Buffalo Milk Cheese||2006 Sydney Royal Cheese and Dairy Produce Show|
|Gold Medal||2006 Sydney Australian Specialty Cheesemakers Competition|
|Gold Medal||2006 CheeseFest South Australia|
|Silver Medal||2008 Cheese & Dairy Produce Results - 90 Cheese, any other variety|
|Silver Medal||2008 Sydney Royal Cheese & Dairy Produce Competition|
|Gold Medal||2008 Dairy Industry Association of Aust Dairy Products Awards|
|Gold Medal||2008 Dairy Industry Association of Aust NSW Division Dairy Awards|
|Gold Medal||2008 Australian Specialty Cheese Makers Melbourne Show|
|Gold Medal||2008 World Cheese Awards|
|Silver Medal||2009 Royal Queensland Show|
|Gold Medal||2009 Royal Melbourne Fine Food Awards|
|Champion Non Bovine||2009 Royal Melbourne Fine Food Awards|
|Gold Medal||2010 Sydney Royal Show|
|Silver Medal||2010 Royal Queensland Food & Wine Show|
Etzy Ketzy is a luscious, washed rind cheese with a fine texture and subtle flavour. We use 50% goat milk and 50% Friesian Cow milk for this cheese. This is a seasonal product that is made during winter when goat milk supply is low.
The flavour of Etzy Ketzy is complex, but not overpowering with a clean, herbaceous palate structure and delicate finish. It can be eaten from 2 weeks of age when it is still slightly firm. At about 4 weeks from the make date it is fully ripe, the flavours become more intense and creamy inside.
Ideally Etzy Ketzy needs only a short rest at room temperature before serving. The time is best determined by feeling the cheese for the softness level that suits you.
Etzy Ketzy is ideal for the cheese plate served with seasonal fruit or quince paste.
The cheese is named in honour of my Greek Maternal Grandfather, who would always reply to me as a young child when asked “ how are you today, Grandpa? ” “ETZY KETZY” he would say – 50 /50,
Half cow – Half goat……..
|Origin||South Australia, Australia|
|Milk Source||50% Goat - 50% Friesian Cow milk - local farms|
|Average Fat Content||25%|
|Type||Mixed Milk Washed Rind|