Cheese Review

Boatshed Oasis Goat’s Cheese (Mornington Peninsula, VIC)

Boatshed Oasis Goat's Cheese
Boatshed Oasis Goat’s Cheese

Boatshed Oasis Goat’s Cheese: Review

Pasteurised goat’s milk cheese. Boatshed Oasis Goat’s Cheese comes wrapped in Australian native herbs, predominantly lemon myrtle and pepperberry, as we as garlic. As a result the nose is very herbal. The paste has a even and slightly crumbly texture, and on eating reveal a highly mineral and herbal flavour, with sweet dairy flavours and some salt. It’s not too ‘goaty’. Very enjoyable.

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Wine Matching | Wine Pairing

Try a sparking white wine or a white with a bit of fruit sweetness. Or see my cheese and wine pairing guide for more options.

Where to Buy

I got mine from visiting the Boatshed Cheese itself. Their website lists stockists.

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