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Wellington Cheese

This cheese was originally made with the Duke of Wellington"s cows, hence the name; but it"s now made by Anne and Andy Wigmore near Reading with unpasteurised Guernsey milk from another farm.

The Guernsey milk produces a striking golden-yellow colour. The flavour is like a nutty Cheddar.

Available throughout the year. See "Waterloo"; "Spenwood"; "Wigmore"

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