Hawaii Mom Blog: Sweet Land Farm




May 18, 2021

Sweet Land Farm

After seeing a social media post of Sweet Land Farm on IG, I was eager to take the kids there! 

The artisan goat milk creamery is currently only open on Saturdays, and I highly recommend you getting there early to avoid crowds.

We were the first ones there at 9am, and within the hour, there were many families who came to visit.

You can buy alfalfa from the gift shop for $3 a bag to feed the goats.

In the gift shop you can see where they dry age the cheese.

In the shop you can also buy goat milk products and ready-to-eat foods, as well as soaps, cheese boards, and more!

I bought some gouda and their award-winning tomme, as well as some caramel and garlic chevre.

I also bought a lemon bar and a tray of cheese and crackers, which we ate outside of the gift shop.

The kids had fun, and it was neat for them to find out that the milk that came from the goats went into the cheese that we ate.

It's always great to see where our food comes from!

Sweet Land Farm
65-1031 Kaukonahua Rd
Waialua, HI 96791
(808) 228-6838

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