Moolin’ Rouge was named by you the people in an online poll. The name, suggested by Andy Barnett, made it through our panel of 10 judges and went up against 4 other suggestions in a public vote.
The cheese itself has a darker, nutty characteristic which, along with its colour, comes from the addition of annatto, a natural food colouring famed for its use in Red Leicester. Whether it’s a cheese sandwich for lunch, topping a cottage pie or simply snacking when the feeling grabs you, this cheddar is the perfect alternative to the norm.
This cheese was very popular at Glastonbury Festival in 2017, most often paired in a toasty with marmite. This comes highly recommended!