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  • Goats/Sheeps Cheeses , Local Cheeses

    Rosary Goats Cheese Log

    Rosary is a fresh, soft goats cheese made at our own dairy on the edge of the New Forest. Rosary is a young cheese made from pasteurised goats milk and packaged in a protective atmosphere to increase its shelf-life. 

    Out of stock
  • Goats/Sheeps Cheeses , Local Cheeses

    Rosary Goats Cheese Log Ash

    Rosary is a fresh, soft goats cheese made at our own dairy on the edge of the New Forest. Rosary is a young cheese made from pasteurised goats milk and packaged in a protective atmosphere to increase its shelf-life

    Out of stock
  • Local Cheeses , Soft Cheeses

    Tunworth

    A Camembert-style cheese with a classically creamy and unctuous paste. Flavours are vegetal, truffley and garlicky.

  • Local Cheeses

    Lyburn Garlic and Nettle

    This cheese is made to the same recipe as the Lyburn Gold, but it is not matured for quite so long. As the name suggests, there is a hint of garlic and onion, and the other ingredients are …

  • Local Cheeses

    Lyburn Lightly Oak Smoked

    This cheese is based on the Lyburn Gold, still a washed curd cheese but the eyes are not so prominent and is smoother, to give a light and delicate flavour. For those that enjoy a heavily smoked cheese, this may …

  • Local Cheeses

    Lyburn Old Winchester

    Also known as Old Smales, Old Winchester is an older version of Winchester, on a previous page. This is now a much dryer harder and crystalline cheese, becoming more reminiscent of an old gouda with a distinctive nuttiness in flavour, …

  • Local Cheeses

    Lyburn Stoney Cross – BB 09-07-2020

    Stoney Cross is our youngest offering from Lyburn Farmhouse Cheesemakers. The cheese comes as a 1Kg truckle or a 2.5Kg wheel, mould ripened, not dissimilar to a French Tomme De Savoie. At 8 weeks old it is creamy, buttery in …

  • Local Cheeses

    Lyburn Winchester

    It the early days it became clear, that although we had decided not to make cheddar, for all the obvious reasons, Southern England, likes its hard yellow cheese, so we took the Lyburn Gold on to 9 months. Now we …