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Keen's Cheddar

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The Keen family has farmed at Moorhayes since 1899 and is recognised as an Artisan Somerset Cheesemaker by the Slow Food movement.  Keen's traditional cloth-bound Cheddar has a heavier texture than other Cheddars with a spicy, deep, almost tingling sensation on the tongue with a nutty, fruity tang and rich, bitter finish. 

Try with a pale ale from The Kernel.

Country of Origin:England
Style of Cheese:Hard
Milk:Cow
Vegetarian:No
Unpasteurised:Yes

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