A traditional cloth bound cheese made on a small family farm near Tobermory, Isle of Mull.
Produced at Doddington dairy, Northumberland, it is a mellow and succulent Dale’s style cheese.
Produced at Dunlop Dairy in Ayrshire using milk form their herd of Ayrshire cows It is named after the local name for Ailsa Craig, the rock that sits out in the Firth of Clyde It is a white, soft, fresh cheese which is shaped like the rock after which it is named It has a […]
Belongs to a group of cheeses referred to as “Dales style” which include Wensleydale and Swaledale.
Hand made in Lancashire by Butler’s Cheeses using local pasteurised milk.
From Colston Bassett Dairy who have been making cheese in the Vale of Belvoir for just over 100 years.
Made by the Strathearn Cheese Company in Perthshire. This is a new business which operates from an old WWII prisoner of war camp.
From the Northumberland Cheese Company based on the Blagdon Estate in south Northumberland.
Produced at Whin Yeats Dairy, Hutton Roof, Cumbria, using milk from their herd of Holstein Friesian cows Based on a traditional smallholder recipe that would have been used by small farms for surplus milk It is matured for 3 months in cloth, and butter is used to form a natural rind It has a smooth, […]
A white mould ripened cheese from Appleby Creamery, based in the historic town of Appleby-in