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Olde Sussex

A Cheddar-style unpasteurised cows' milk cheese, pressed and then matured from about 3 to 4 months. It’s made by The Traditional Cheese Dairy at Stonegate in East Sussex, and based on 'Castle Hill' – a cheese originally made by another cheesemaker David Doble.

The cheese has a slightly crumbly texture and lemony flavour. For more information see (

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