Ogleshield is a British cheese made using beautifully rich raw Jersey milk by Jamie Montgomery & Wayne Mitchell of Montgomery cheese making family. The cheese is washed in special brine every three days to attain a slightly pungent sticky rind, which softens the cheese paste and significantly intensifies its flavour. This cross between the Montgomery's Cheddar and a Tomme is excellent when it comes to cooking as it melts brilliantly. This celebrated cheese has won silver award at the 2014 World Cheese Awards.
3 months ago
Not to my liking….a pungent semi hard cheese that was lacking in flavour for me but maybe not for others. Perhaps it’s best warmed and melted on toast, whence I initially had it.
a year ago
The texture is almost like a Dutch cheese, but with the pungent, tangy flavour of a French cheese. I like it a lot