A hand-made cheese, delicate in both texture and flavour and encased in a cream wax. Cotherstones flavours are fresh and citric, lemony, lactic and a slightly yeasty and its texture is moist and crumbly. Cotherstone is related to Wensleydale and
Swaledale, and named after a local village. Cotherstone belongs to a group of cheeses we refer to as ?Dales Style? cheeses. These cheeses include Swaledale and the original style of Wensleydale and they come from the
Yorkshire Dales and Pennine Hills in the North of England. They are all crumbly and lemony cheeses and tend to be eaten younger than cheeses like Cheshire and Cheddar. The most simple of these that we sell, is Cotherstone. Technically, Cotherstone is not very complicated in that there is no cloth binding,
long maturation or complicated treatment of curds in the vat. Basically the milk is soured, set, milled and moulded.
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