Boont Corners is the Boontling name for where Highways 128 and 253 meet and it was the site of the original Boonville which was called The Corners. It is a stone's throw from the location of Pennyroyal Farm.
Boont Corners is made of fresh, raw milk. After cutting and stirring, curds are scooped into large moulds for pressing to remove whey. Wheels are submerged in brine for 24 hours and then transferred to pine shelves in a cold, humid room to age. Wooden planks continue to pull moisture from the cheese, drying the rind into a mottled, protective layer. Longer aging results in a cheese with a slightly drier texture, and a sharp and tangy flavor. Wheels of Vintage are released between 5 and 7 months of age.
Great for melting!