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Caboc

One of ScotlandÂ’s oldest cheeses, and nowadays made by Highland Fine Cheeses (q.v.) in Tain, Ross-Shire, from pasteurised cowsÂ’ milk. The cheese resembles a log which has been rolled in toasted pin head oatmeal. It has a buttery texture, and a lemony tang.

Cheeses are made in 110gr/3¼ oz or 1kg/2 lb 4 oz logs. For more information see www.hf-cheeses.com (http://www.hf-cheeses.com)

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