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Goat Milk Caramels

Each small batch is made with the goat milk from our registered Nigerian Dwarf Goats. Because the dairy has a whopping 6% - 10% butterfat, these candies are very creamy and soft, leaving a rich caramel flavor in your mouth. Beware that once you have one, you might not be able to resist another!

For A Cause

Olivia, the sixteen-year-old daughter who's hands-on with the farm, hopes to make it into veterinarian school in the future. She is using the proceeds from the caramel sales to fund an internship with the World Wide Vets program. She would head to Africa to work on wildlife and learn other medical skills, which would expand her experience and help build her resume.

- a review from the first event the caramels attended

"These are the best caramels I've ever had!"

Behind the Scenes


Step 1

Getting the goat milk

 Twice a day, the dairy goats are milked by Olivia. They have a special diet of sweet feed, good quality hay, and alfalfa cubes that improve the flavor of the milk. 

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Step 2

Making the caramels

It can take around 30 minutes until the caramel mixture reaches its needed temperature - well over 230 degrees. Once it is done, flavoring is added as well as any toppings or additions.

Step 3

The cooling time

The caramel is poured into its tray, then chilled between 4 - 5 hours in the refrigerator before it is solid enough to cut.


Step 4

Cutting the pieces

The caramels are hand cut in bite sized pieces and wrapped for the boxes.


Step 5

Finishing the packing

The wrapped caramels are placed in their 5 oz. boxes and labeled. You can find them online, in the Painted Tree (Crestview Hills, KY), or at various farmers' markets/vendor events we attend.


Have you tried them yet?

Let us know what you think!

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