Perhaps the most famous cheese made in America today, Humboldt Fog helped lead the charge to spearhead the artisanal cheese movement that swept the country at the turn of the millenium. Legend has it that the inspiration for this cheese came to Cypress Grove founder Mary Keehn in a dream - and we've been dreaming of it ever since. Humboldt Fog is a soft-ripened goat cheese with signature line of vegetable ash through the center of each wheel. The interior paste is crumbly and chalky (similar to a mature chevre), which contrasts with a luxurious cream line close to the rind that oozes out as the cheese matures. Its flavor profile includes "buttermilk and fresh cream, floral notes, herbaceous overtones, and a clean citrus finish." Humboldt Fog is one of the most decorated cheeses in the country, boasting a packed trophy case filled with honors from the world's premier cheese competitions. Cypress Grove suggests serving it alongside prosciutto, almonds, and honey, or crumbled onto a salad featuring roasted beets and baby greens.