It is being named Constant Bliss after a revolutionary war scout killed in Greensboro in 1781. It is basically based on Chaource recipe. It is being made from fresh, hot milk of cows. As per the aging process of sixty days is carried out, it is soft and gives soft assertive taste, complemented by Tangy heat of its rind. The cheese making process id=s being carried out before the cows finishes milking. Seasonal verifications vary on surface and flavour of the cheese. Constant Bliss tastes good with dry Champagne or a Pinot Noir. The first priority goes to mottling of diverse molds and yeasts in this process. The citizens in Greensboro use Constant Bliss to highlight their milk. A piece of one peace approximately weighs eight ounces.