Blarliath Cheddar – Highland Fine Cheeses

CHARACTERISTICS

Blarliath Cheddar is a traditional cheddar using milk from Black Isles & Caithness Dairies in the far north of Scotland. The cheddar is bound with cloth and aged for a minimum of nine months in an old shipping container. It has a pale yellow colour and a mild flavour for a cheddar. Mild doesn’t mean simple, however, and the cheese develops a fruity complexity which lingers on the palate, complemented by its pleasant fudgy texture.

A little history about Blarliath Cheddar

Hand made by Ruaraidh (Rory) Stone of the Highland Fine Cheese Company where the Stone family have been cheesemakers in The Highlands since 1951. Highland Fine Cheeses was established in 1963, specialising in making traditional cheeses that are unique to the Highlands and Islands of Scotland.

Goes well with:

Single Malt whisky, chardonnay

Similar cheeses:

English Clothbound cheddars such as Montgomery’s

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Cheese Details
  • Cheese Type: Cheddars & Territorials
  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Milk Type: Cow
  • Pasteurisation: Pasteurised
  • Rennet Type: Animal Based
  • Classification: Artisan

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