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Seasonal flavor release at Ferdinand’s Creamery

PULLMAN, Wash. – Ferdinand’s Creamery is quite literally the sweet spot on the Washington State University campus. They serve cheese, ice cream, milk shakes, and more, all made from dairy farms located in Pullman.

This spring, they’re dropping another seasonal release…and for this season, you can find Red Pepper Garlic at the creamery. It’s available only for a short period of time, because only one batch is made per season.

Red Pepper Garlic is a Viking cheese, which isn’t aged as long as Cougar Gold cheese, which is set aside for an entire year before it’s sold.

“The viking cheese is designed to be more of a jack-style cheese. it’s milder, and a softer cheese, and so it doesn’t need to age as long to get to the flavor that we’re looking for,” said John Haugen, the Washington State University Creamery Manager.

Haugen said that in this batch, around 800 cans of Red Pepper Garlic were made, which he said will last only a few months.

If you’re looking for something creamy with a kick and a savory garlic finish, it’s available until it’s gone, located at Ferdinand’s Creamery on the Washington State University campus.



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