The cheese takes its name after the town of Newport, near to which, it is produced. Having some resemblance with a young Mimolette it is matured for 4 months. It has a mellow, buttery, sweet flavour and has a pale tangerine colour. The rind is brushed with local rapeseed oil to help preserve and protect the cheese from drying out too much.
Newport has won the following awards:
Silver Medal at the Nantwich International Cheese Show 2006
Bronze medal at the British Cheese awards 2006
Bronze medal at the British Cheese awards 2007
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