Typically, when it comes to fresh cheeses, I advocate buying as locally as possible. It only makes sense, since something that's as perishable as a young cheese will only benefit from being eaten quickly. A cheese that comes from far away is wrought with potential disruption of this timeline. Capricho de Cabra is an amazing new find, because it's affordable, readily available — like, all over the country — and most of all, it won't go bad like most fresh goat cheeses: the shelf life on this cheese is uncanny.
But most of all, it's a delicious fresh chevre, or rather, considering its origin, cabra.