Wrekin Blue

Wrekin Blue

Process?

The rustic natural rind encompasses the unctuous cheese inside. Mottled with blue streaks and pockets the smoky blue piquancy has a mineral like full flavour.

 


Why Wrekin? 

Wrekin blue is named after the Wrekin hill which is a prominent and well-known landmark, it rises 1335 feet above the Shropshire Plain. Though it has never been a volcano, The Wrekin is largely formed from volcanic rocks - once ashes and lava. There is an Iron Age hill fort on the summit almost eight hectares in size.

 


Taste Guide:  

Texture: Soft

Taste: Creamy, Smokey, Mineral taste

Aroma: Biscuits

Origin: Raw cow’s milk

Colour: White with blue mottling.

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