This goats cheese was originally made by Robin Congdon, but now the recipe has passed to Debbie Mumford who produces the goats cheese on the Sharpham Estate Farm. A handmade cheese pressed in an unusual basket mould. This cheese is allowed to develop a natural rind and the resulting flavour is mature with a lingering finish. Maturation is usually around 2- 3 months, when The texture softens and becomes richer with ageing. The cheese is named after the village in which it was originally produced.
£3.70 per 100g
A handmade goats cheese that develops a natural rind resulting in a mature, lingering flavour.
|Age||6 - 8 Weeks|
|Country Of Origin||England|
|Strength Of Cheese||Medium|
|Style Of Cheese||Crumbly|
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