Lindum

£2.70 per 100g

Lindum is a washed rind, cows milk cheese from the Cote Hill Dairy in Lincolnshire.

 

eighth
Approx. 200g
£5.40
quarter
Approx. 400g
£10.80
half
Approx. 800g
£21.60
whole
Approx. 1.6kg
£43.20
Qty

MICHAEL & MARY DAVENPORT have been farming at Cote Hill Farm, Osgodby, in the heart of the Lincolnshire Wolds for over 30 years. Lindum is hand-made on the farm by Michael & Mary and their sons Joe & Ross, with milk from their 80 pedigree Friesian cows.

Named after the old Roman name for the City of Lincoln, Lindum is a washed rind, unpasteurised, cows milk cheese with an elegant depth of flavour. It has a firm to semi-firm texture and is washed in local TOM WOOD’S BEER. Regular washing in the ‘Bomber County Beer’ gives the cheese its natural pink rind, which develops a pungency as it is allowed to mature, this in turn gives extra flavour to the cheese. It is slightly earthy on the palette with a smooth finish.

Please note all cheeses are hand cut, therefore the weights listed are approximate. We work very hard to cut them as accurately as we can!

Key Facts

Age 8 - 12 Weeks +
Country Of Origin England
Milk Type Cows
Organic No
Pasteurisation Unpasteurised
Region Osgoodby, Lincolnshire
Strength Of Cheese Medium
Style Of Cheese Hard
Style Of Cheese Washed Rind
Vegetarian No

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