Ash coated, pasturised English goats cheese


3 ratings


3 months ago

Chris Falconer

6 months ago

Nick Rowan

8 months ago

A light, creamy goats cheese coated in ash. Citrus and cream. Not much goat character which makes me think they have separated the males/females to reduce the hormone levels that lead to the goaty notes in the milk (as was explained to me by an Aussie producer). I like a bit of goatiness and funk. It’s more of a cheese for those who don’t like strong cheese, or for spreading on a cracker (I’d also suggest spreading on a slice of apple or pear, top with a basil or mint leaf and eat with a glass of Kiwi Sauvignon Blanc)

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