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Made with unpasteurised milk

Gorwydd Caerphilly

from £9.43

Todd and Maugan Trethowan learned how to make this cheese from Chris Duckett, last of the line of the Duckett family who'd made the cheese over the Bristol Channel in Somerset for generations. 

Gorwydd (pronounced gor-with) Caerphilly offers multiple flavours within one cheese: the centre is sharper, rich and fresh whilst the rind presents a contrasting earthy, natural flavour - mild and lactic in nature, mushroomy with a velvety texture. It takes its name from the village in South Wales where the brothers started, before moving to their current home in north Somerset.

Organic, unpasteurised, not vegetarian.

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