My husband and I visited Cabot Creamery as part of our baby-moon in Vermont. Our goal was to trek around the state in search of local foods to see being made and sample.
The tour at Cabot Creamery was very informative, starting with a short video about how the creamery started and ending with a short tour of a portion of the factory. I was surprised to find out that Cabot is owned by local farmers around New England, not by a conglomerate.
After the tour (or before if you get there at the right time) you can visit the small store for samples. There were literally samples of everything that Cabot makes, with a delectable cheese table where you can taste and compare all of the cheeses. The store featured several items that are not typically available at your local grocery store, including specialty cheeses and dips. The store also had other Vermont-made products for purchase.
Overall a good excursion with a tasty reward.
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