Cheesemakers of Canterbury Gruff Goats Cheese Hand-Selected by foodies Deli
Gruff Goats cheese is a naturally rinded brine-washed Kentish goat's milk cheese matured for two to four months. Slightly dry and warm, with a little heat.
Handmade in Kent
Semi-hard cheese made from goats' milk
Creamy, clean and fresh-tasting cheese
Aged 2-4 Months
Perfect on a cheese board, loved by all generations
This semi-hard, unpasteurised cheese is made in the style of cheddar and after milling is wrapped in muslin and pressed for two days in original 19th century presses. They are then unwrapped and placed “nude on old pine shelves in the dairy's maturing room for at least 2-4 months. Each cheese is turned and stroked daily to produce the unique natural rind.
Cheesemakers of Canterbury
Time, dedication and a whole lot of love go into producing Cheesemakers of Canterbury cheese the old-fashioned way, using locally sourced ingredients. The cheese makers are a team of local people, all passionate about what they do, busy at work at their dairies in Dargate and Hastingleigh,
using age-old methods to produce the finest cheeses from the finest local milks.
What makes Gruff Goats Cheese Special
Awarded 2 gold stars at the Great Taste Awards 2014. The Gruff Goats Cheese is made from local goat's milk from Ellie's Dairy in Wychling, Kent. Brightens up a salad and, when older, makes a great pesto. Try it with a flowery English white wine or a light, hoppy ale.
County of Origin: Kent
Milk Variety: Goats'
For Pregnant Women: NO
Ingredients: Raw Goats' MILK (%), Salt, Rennet, Starter culture
Storage: Keep refrigerated below 8c°.
Freshly cut and wrapped - Please eat within Best Before Date on product label.