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.
From the Northumberland Cheese Company based on the Blagdon Estate in south Northumberland.
Made in the beautiful valley of Cricket St. Thomas, this cheese is best eaten young when it qualifies as a fresh cheese.
Produced by Butlers Cheeses near Inglewhite, Lancashire, using goat’s milk from their own herd.
From Butler’s Cheeses near Preston, this cheese is hand made on the farm in Inglewhite.
Made at Beechmount Farm in Co. Tipperary, this cheese is Ireland’s only sheep’s milk blue.
Made at Fivemiletown Creamery who have been producing cheese since 1898
This is a hand made cheese so each batch varies slightly.
Hand made in Lancashire by Butler’s Cheeses using local pasteurised milk.