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Named after a street in Totnes, this cheese was originally made by Robin Congdon who makes Beenleigh and Harbourne. This hard goat's milk cheese is now made by Debbie Mumford using milk from the same goats that Robin used when he made it. It is a moist, crumbly cheese with a slight citrus flavour. It is lovely in salads and also melts really well, so is perfect for cooking.

 

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

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