Tanatside is a Holstein/Friesian cows’ milk cheese produced by Stuart and Rena Eyres of The Shropshire Cheese Company at Abertanat Farm, Llanyblodwel, near Oswestry. It takes its name from the River Tanat, at the mouth of which Abertanat Farm is located.
Similar to Wensleydale cheese, Tanatside has a dry but slightly crumbly texture and an alkaline flavour. As well as the original variety there are three further types available:
Tanatside with Cranberries
Tanatside with Apricots
Smoked Tanatside – cold smoked at Chirk Trout Farm for three days. This particular cheese won a Silver award at the World Cheese Awards in 2008.
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