Bonchester is a PDO soft, full fat, unpasteurised, Jersey cows’ milk cheese which is produced at Bonchester Bridge, Roxburghshire. The geographical area specified by the PDO is restricted to the border lands of England and Scotland within a radius of 90Km from the summit of Peel Fell in the Cheviot Hills.
The cheese has a white rind and a yellow interior, which is smooth in texture. It has a mild taste and a flat cylindrical shape.
THIS CHEESE IS CURRENTLY OUT OF PRODUCTION
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