Newport

Newport

Process

Matured for 3 to 4 months Newport cheese has a unique flavour. The resulting cheese is pale tangerine in colour, Newport has a mellow buttery taste and flakey texture with a subtle aromatic sweetness.


Why Newport?

Medieval Newport flourished with trade in leather, wool and notably fish. The area around the town was part of Lake Lapworth. This was formed from the melting glaciers and covered a vast area of North Shropshire. Newport cheese is named after the Shropshire market town, in the north of the county. 


Taste Guide:

Texture: flakey hard cheese
Taste: mellow, buttery
Aroma: subtle, sweet
Origin: cow's milk
Colour: pale tangerine

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