In celebration of August being National Goat Cheese Month, LaClare Creamery, Malone, Wis., is expanding its fresh goat cheese line with three new flavor varieties: Chili Lime, Mediterranean, and a seasonally available Pumpkin.
“We’re incredibly excited to debut these three new chèvre offerings for National Goat Cheese Month,” says Patrick Considine, national sales director at LaClare Creamery. “As we continue to grow our collection of savory and sweet goat cheese flavors, it is no secret that we at LaClare are passionate about transforming the clean, creamy taste of our Original Goat Cheese into unrivaled flavor creations.”
The new flavors align with consumer trends:
• Chili Lime Goat Cheese: With more consumers seeking complex flavors, especially those that feature a sweet heat combination, LaClare Creamery’s Chili Lime Goat Cheese aims to provide a beloved flavor experience. This tangy, sweet, and bright goat cheese includes a special blend of chipotle chiles, lime, and salt—perfect for anyone who enjoys a sweet and spicy burst of flavor.
• Mediterranean Goat Cheese: With a panel of leading medical and nutrition experts naming the Mediterranean diet as the healthiest way to eat for the sixth year in a row, LaClare Creamery crafted a well-defined blend of olives, savory herbs and spices to produce a distinct Mediterranean flavor profile that will transport you to the beautiful Mediterranean countryside with every bite.
• Pumpkin Goat Cheese: According to a study done by the Guardian last fall, sales of pumpkin spice products have increased over 47% since 2017, making it the quintessential flavor of fall. Arriving just in time, LaClare Creamery’s Original Goat Cheese is paired with a delectable pumpkin spice puree and hint of cinnamon to create this limited-edition, classic fall flavor.
The new flavors complement other exciting varieties of LaClare’s fresh goat cheese line, like Rolled Blueberry Vanilla, Chipotle Honey, Garlic and Herb, Maple Bourbon, and more. The flavored goat cheese is available at Mariano’s, Central Market and major grocers for a suggested retail price of $4.49 per 4-ounce log.