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Cote Hill Cheese

Cotehill Cheese

About Cote Hill Cheese

Since the first truckle was made, cheese from Cote Hill Farm has been served to diners at Lords Cricket Ground and praised by foodies like The Hairy Bikers and Tom Parker-Bowles.

Michael and Mary together with their sons Joe and Ross work at Cote Hill Farm making award-winning cheese using the milk from their dairy herd.

In their range you can find: Cote Hill Blue, a soft blue cheese, Cote Hill Yellow, a mild soft cheese encased in a lemon-coloured wax, and Cote Hill Red, a semi-hard cheese in a red coating with a nutty and savoury flavour.

The trick to great tasting cheese is delicious fresh milk. The small herd of 80 Friesian and Brown Swiss cows graze clover rich grass pastures through spring into autumn and grass silage in winter, producing delicious high-quality milk which gives Cote Hill Cheeses their distinctive rich creamy flavour.

Wondering what to pair your cheese with? Well, the Cote Hill team recommend pears or dried fruit with Cote Hill Blue, Cote Hill Red is great on a frittata with some spicy chorizo. And the Cote Hill Yellow is perfect thinly sliced on toast or with a dash of black currant jam.

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