Lord of the Hundreds cheese
- The Lord Of The Hundreds is a unique unpressed ewe’s milk cheese, not only in taste but shape alike. It’s flavour hints at caramelised hazelnuts and the meadows in which the sheep graze. This wonderfully natural, sweet and savoury balance means quince jelly complements this cheese perfectly. Lord Of The Hundreds has won numerous awards and is featured in the ‘Rare Breeds Society’ cookbook. Many chefs use Lords as an alternative to Parmesan.
Shape, weight and size
- Weight: 4-4.5kgs
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The Traditional Cheese Dairy Co Ltd
The Old Factory Buildings,
East Sussex TN5 7DU
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