On the outskirts of Lancaster (about 20 minutes from here) is a fabulous new cheese factory called Glengarry Fine Cheese. It's just north of the village and pretty much at the edge of a farmer's field.
You can't miss the large sign on Highway 34 that beckons you to taste some fine cheese. And once you get through those doors, it's heaven! A pressed tin ceiling, lovely displays of all manner of fine foods from olive oil and syrups to artisanal bread.
Every cheese they have for sale can be tasted. (I tasted a wee bit of each!)
And each cheese has a little write up about it so you know exactly what you're getting.
I like how the names are based on local places: The Glengarry Fen, the Lankaasster, The Alexandrin.
In the end, I brought home the Celtic Blue and the Fleur-en-Lait.
Richard and I enjoyed these after a long weekend of lumber jacking and bringing in wood.