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Admiral Collingwood

An award-winning cows' milk cheese made by the Doddington Dairy at Wooler in Northumberland, at the foot of the Cheviot Hills – using unpasteuried milk and traditional rennet.

It's a semi soft cheese, rind-washed in Newcastle Brown Ale. Once ripened it's smooth and succulent , with a tangy after-taste from the ale. For more information see (

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