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Ingot – Made by Martin & Nicola Gott in Cumbria This is a great example of a fresh lactic goats

Sinodun Hill

Sinodun Hill – Made by Frazer Norton & Rachel Yarrow in Oxfordshire The initial make process takes place over 4 days after which it is ripened for up to 21 days to develop the rind and bring out complexity in the  flavour and texture. The rennet is vegetarian, derived from the cardoon thistle. The result is a flavoursome cheese with a fresh, citrus flavour which deepens as it ages to reveal almond and red fruit notes. Its rind is a stunning ivory colour and seasonally develops a dusting of blue and grey moulds as it ages, which add to the flavour and character of the cheese.

Brightwell Ash

Brightwell Ash is a carefully produced, deliciously light goats cheese rolled in ash with citrusy flavours. Made by Fraser Norton and Rachel Yarrow on the Earth Trust Farm in Shillingford in South Oxfordshire. They use pasteurised goats' milk from their own herd and also from a second local herd grazed near Steventon. Traditional french goats cheese making methods are followed but the milk gives the cheese an Oxfordshire flavour. With a silky texture, Brightwell Ash is a lighter goats cheese and is made with traditional animal rennet. The rind develops natural moulding on the ash coating which add to the flavour and character of the cheese. We recommend serving with charcoal crackers or chopped in a salad, but many of our customers like to simply eat it on a nice piece of bread.