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Beenleigh Blue

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This is an unusual ewe's milk blue cheese made near Totnes in Devon. It is unlike any other British blue cheese: crumbly and moist with a rich, complex and herbaceous yet sweet flavour with hints of grass and flowers from the ewe's milk and savouriness from the blue veining.

Pair with cider from Devon.

 

You can read more about this producer here.

Country of Origin:England
Style of Cheese:Blue
Milk:Ewe
Vegetarian:Yes
Unpasteurised:Yes

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