33 Cheeses: High-Altitude Limited Edition


33 Cheeses is pocket-sized, perfect for cheese festivals.

Designed for Mountains of Cheese

The 2017 American Cheese Society Conference was held in Denver, Colorado. In honor of this "elevated" location, I made a short run of alpine-inspired covers for my popular pocket cheese journal, inspired by an award-winning Colorado cheese produced not far from Denver with milk from Alpine goats.

I’m calling it the “High Altitude” edition.

250 hand-numbered sets are available, and each set includes:

  • Three "whiteout" design books printed with white and silver metallic ink
  • A retro-style white click pen (writes with black ink)
  • A bespoke white rubber band
  • A unique “mountains of cheese” laser-cut acrylic keychain, and
  • A handful of 100% real fake snow.

This special edition of 33 Cheeses is the same easy-to-use pocket cheese journal you know and love, printed in a unique limited run.

Supplies are Limited

I only produced 250 sets, and I won't produce them again, so if you like the look of this book, order quickly.

Designed for Speed

A flavor wheel inside lets you note a cheese's unique flavor in a quick, visual way.As with my standard edition, the flavor wheel inside 33 Cheeses can be used to quickly recall a cheese’s unique flavor long after consumption. For low values of the flavor, fill in dots near the wheel’s center.

Secret Ingredient

A teeny, tiny amount of Alpine Goat Milk has been added to the ink in this edition, cryptically noted on the back.


33 Cheeses is made with 100% recycled papers sourced in the Pacific Northwest. Interior pages are 100% post-consumer recycled content and covers are 85% post-consumer recycled content and 15% recycled content. The booklets are printed using US-grown soy-based inks in sunny Portland, Oregon.

Printed on recycled paper in Portland, Oregon with soy inks.

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