This award winning cheese from Carr Valley Creamery in the rolling hills of central Wisconsin is made from cow’s milk with the addition of a substantial amount of cream.  The texture of Glacier Penta Crème is very smooth and cream-like. Flavors are earthy and rich, with distinctive lactic notes.
Carr Valley Cheese remains one of Wisconsin’s most traditional cheese plants, famous for its Wisconsin cheddar varieties, as well as a host of more modern cheeses. Now owned and operated by fourth generation cheesemaker Sid Cook, Carr Valley was founded in 1902, but the Cook family has been making cheese since 1883.

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