Obvs butter is great, but also it's not okay to just eat it. So god bless St. Pat from Cowgirl Creamery, because le voilà one can eat butter with a little something extra. Take a peek:
The St. Pat is a pasteurized cow's milk cheese with a bloomy rind that has been wrapped in stinging nettle leaves. At first taste there are strong, clear tastes of cream and sweet pasteurized dairy. This blended into something more edgy, like somewhat the bitterness of leafy greens with a real mellow musky nuttiness. I felt some ammonia up in my nose as a kick at the end, but I had also just unwrapped my pat of st. pat's so it could have stood to chill out for a little longer. I enjoyed the rind as well because there was a surprisingly pleasant sponginess that I imagine resulted from the leaf dressing.