North Wiltshire Loaf cheese
- Popular in the 18th century, this cheese has been revived by Ceri's Cheese at Hill End Farm the Dauntsey Vale
Aroma and taste
- Deep yet mellow flavour. Slightly nutty
Strength and texture
- Lightly crumbly texture
Deep yellow in colour with a brown, slightly mouldy rind
- Kington St Michael Village Stores
- Lacock Bakery
- Allington Farm Shop
- Dobbies, Cirencester
- The Priory, Tetbury
- The Three Crowns, Brinkworth
- The Bistro, Devizes
- The Cheese gig
- Other suppliers
- Saturdays: Stroud
- Sundays: Queens Park, London
- 1st Saturday: Reading
- 1st Sunday: Old Town, Swindon
- 2nd Saturday: Malmesbury
- 2nd Sunday: Marylebone
- 3rd Saturday: Reading
- 3rd Sunday: Old Town, Swindon
- 4th Saturday: Wootton Bassett
Ceri and Chad Cryer
Hill End Farm
Tel: 07977 580281
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