This is one of those products I'd been thinking of trying for awhile, but was put off by the price tag: about twice as much as a pint of Ben & Jerry's or a few bucks more than super-premium ice cream/gelato, which is already too expensive. It appears to be manufactured by one eponymous woman on her Petaluma goat farm, and is pitched as the healthier alternative to cow's milk ice cream. You can imagine how thrilled I am at the many versions of the 'guilt-free' designation that are the major selling point. At any rate, I accidentally chose one of the probiotic goat's milk frozen yogurts, as opposed to the ice cream, because I liked the flavor combination of cajeta (a goat's milk caramel) and toffee. These are indeed the sweet highlight. The goat's milk base is slightly softer and more sticky than cow's milk, and with a definite aftertaste of, there's nothing else for it, chevre. This isn't bad, just unusual (plus probably the probiotics contribute). I would think a flavor other than vanilla might help mask that a bit, like the dark chocolate and or cappucino ice creams. There is also a balsamic strawberry, one of my favorites when served by BiRite but I am leery of its combo with goat milk. The frozen yogurt is hekshered ORC but I presume still considered dairy since it is milk from an animal, as opposed to a soy bean or some such. I would recommend this particular flavor with a bit of chocolate sauce for the lactose-intolerant consumer with deep pockets, but a sorbet or a coconut ice cream can provide a similar kick for less bread.