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A pasteurised blue cows' milk cheese made by Butlers Farmhouse Cheeses at Inglewhite, Lancashire. These use local Friesian milk and vegetable rennet to produce a mild and creamy cheese with a pleasant tang. For more information see (

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Mon 15th July 2013 by John Peacock


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Absolutely fantastic flavour with creamy texture

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