Mrs Kirkham's Lancashire cheese
The cheese is produced from six separate milkings of their own herd of Friesian Holstein cows, using a natural culture, natural rennet and salt. It is matured for anything from 6 weeks to 12 months, depending on the variety. The younger versions are mild, creamy and slightly crumbly, whilst the more mature ones have a fuller and rounder flavour.
The cheese, which was Supreme Champion at the International Cheese Show, Earl's Court, in London, comes in the following varieties:
Mild and Creamy
Oak & Apple Smoked
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