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Swaledale Ewes Cheese - Swaledale Ewes Cheese is a cylindrical shaped full fat hard cheese, white in colour with a firm crumbly texture, made from ewes milk. The cheese is coated with a greeny blue greyish mould or coated with black wax. The cheese is made entirely within Swaledale in the County of North Yorkshire, the milk also comes from within the area
'Cheddar Cheese' originated in the English village of Cheddar in Somerset & is the most popular cheese in the U.K. Cheddar Gorge on the edge of the village contains caves, which provided the ideal humidity & constant temperature for maturing the cheese.Traditionally Cheddar had to be made within 30 miles of Wells Cathedral.Today Cheddar style cheese is made internationally & the Cheddar cheese name does not have a protected designation of origin but the name West Country Farmhouse Cheddar does.
Blissful Blue Buffalo - Exmoor Blue Cheese Company, Somerset A semi-soft blue cheese made from buffalo milk. A wonderfully smooth and light cheese that has a rich and creamy texture. The taste is sweet and creamy with nuances of the countryside to which the blue adds just the right amount of tang to be interesting but not overwhelming
Single Gloucester PDO - Single Gloucester is a flat, disc shaped, hard cheese of natural colour made from cows milk. The milk comes exclusively from farms within the designated area which is the County of Gloucestershire. The cheese is still made in the County in the traditional shape using the traditional method and skills. Producers of the cheese must have a registered herd of Gloucester cows.
Yarg ~ This uniquely Cornish cheese is produced using the milk of Friesian cows. The cheese is wrapped in nettle leaf, which aids in the growth of an edible gray mold which gives the cheese its characteristic flavor. A special version of the cheese is also produced which replaces the nettle leaves with wild garlic leaves. Seeing as Yarg is only produced by one dairy near Truro, this is something you’ll likely only have the chance to try while in Cornwall. >>> have you tried it?