🇬🇧 BRITISH CHEESES 🇬🇧
Product: Shropshire Blue has no actual link with the county it was named after. It was first invented in 1970 by a cheesemaker in Inverness, who adapted a Stilton recipe by adding annatto to give it a sunset orange colour. Stilton makers eventually adopted the cheese as their own. Creamy, but without the same level of spice as Stilton, the cheese has caramel hints and a nutty finish.
Another award winner from Cropwell Bishop, their Shropshire Blue was crowned Supreme Champion at the 2016 British Cheese awards in addition to being awarded Best Blue Cheese and Best English Cheese.
Weight: 150Gr approx.
Origin: Cropwell Bishop Creamery in Nottinghamshire, England
Stuff to consider: Pasteurized cow milk