Nestled in the Tennessee wilderness, the 300-acre Sequatchie Cove Farm is home to more than 50 Jersey and Jersey-Holstein cows who spend their days on lush pasture that is carefully managed to ensure the animals' health. The herd provides the milk for the creamery's array of raw milk cheeses, which take their cue from cheeses made in the Savoie region of France.
Coppinger Cove is the secluded hollow that is home to the Sequatchie Cove Farm and Creamery. Its namesake cheese is a take on the classic French Morbier. Coppinger's velvety, semi-soft paste is bisected by a striking layer of decorative vegetable ash, and offers notes of fresh grass and smoked meats. The cheese is versatile enough to cook with or feature as part of a cheese plate.
Farm / Company: Sequatchie Cove Creamery
Cheesemaker: Nathan Arnold
Proprietor: Nathan and Padgett Arnold
Affineur: Andrea Horton
City, State: Sequatchie, TN
Milk Type: Cow
Milk Treatment: Raw
Aging: 3 months
Size(s): 4-pound wheel