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This cheese does not use rennet and is therefore suitable for vegetarians This cheese is made with organic milk

Godminster Heart

from £9.99

Godminster's stroke of genius has been to make a heart shaped version of their fabulous Organic Vintage Cheddar. This comes in two sizes - seen above - 400g or 200g.

We also have the regular, round version of Godminster, which you can see here.

Organic, pasteurised, vegetarian.

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Godminster Vintage

Godminster Farm is near Bruton in Somerset.  Owner Richard Holingsbery is a passionate organic farmer who, like many farmers, found himself needing to diversify as the millenium approached.  In his view, it scarcely made sense to make cheese himself when he was surrounded by so many good ones (and in that part of Somerset it's really true).  He approached local creamery Wyke Farm and asked them to make some small cheese truckles with Godminster's milk.  The resulting cheese was a huge success, and the relationship has gone on from there.  Today the red-waxed Godminster cheddars need more milk than the farm can supply on its own, but the cheese regularly contains 50% Godminster milk, and never less than 25%.

So among our cheddars, the Godminster is very much the odd-man-out: this is a modern, creamery-made cheese and can't be described as 'artisan'.  What it is, we feel, is a good representative of this sort of thing, and we're happy to include one alongside the traditional cheddars

Godminster has since added other products to its range - vodka, chutney, biscuits - but always inspired by and using ingredients from the Farm itself.

In 2010 Godminster bought Daisy & Co.  Richard and Caroline Harbord were near-neighbours who made a series of small organic bries; when they wanted to retire it was logical for the dairy to be taken under Godminster's wing.