Much like Hickory Hill Milk, Clemson keeps to its roots and pays homage to it's southern heritage in producing a world-class product. However, what makes Clemson's blue cheese so unique and exceptional is its choice of milk. Searching across the state of South Carolina, Hickory Hill Milk was the only Dairy Farm that exceeded the standards required by Clemson to produce its world famous blue cheese, blue cheese dressing, and blue cheese crumbs. Further solidifying this unique but beautiful relationship is that Watson, Lisa, and Daniel are Clemson alumni. As of 2018, the Clemson blue cheese line is being sold in over 500 locations throughout Alabama, Tennessee, North Carolina, Georgia, and the great state of South Carolina. But don't worry, even if you aren't near one of these stores, you can still get your hands on this artesian treat born and bred in the south.
Clemson blue cheese has a rich history in the State of South Carolina, and the first batch Clemson made was in Stumphouse Mountain Tunnel in 1941. From there, the rest, is well, history. However, if you are interested to learn more about this amazing story, take a click below.