Traditional Hand Made Unpasteurised Farmhouse Cheddar Cheese

(8 customer reviews)


A beautiful flavour steeped in tradition and matured naturally in its cloth for 12-18 months.



At between 12 to 18 months mature our Unpasteurised is the most traditional Cheddar in our range. Made with the same techniques and passion as in the 1960’s when we started, this is the cheddar that put us firmly on the map of West Country Cheesemakers.

Additional information


200g, 400g, 800g

8 reviews for Traditional Hand Made Unpasteurised Farmhouse Cheddar Cheese

  1. Jeff Williams (verified owner)

    Nice taste but personally I would prefer it matured a little longer

  2. G Etherington

    Tasted like the ‘proper’ Cheddar I enjoyed as a child, highly recommended!

  3. Michael Pearce (verified owner)

    Very pleasant taste and texture although I thought I could taste a hint of rind on occasion. I put this down to the slight moisture seepage while the cheese was still in its plastic wrapper. Or could I have been mistaken??

  4. David Scott

    I bought some at the Stratford upon avon food festival. I think this is quite possibly the best Chedder I have ever tasted

    • John Turner (store manager)

      Thank You David for you lovely comment.

  5. Marilyn Phillips (verified owner)

    This is the first time we have tasted this , both of us thought it Delicious.I am afraid it will all be gone well before Christmas !!

  6. Lawrence (verified owner)

    Unfortunately, I have to agree with a previous reviewer that the whole 200g portion of cheese tasted like the outside of the rind, and given it is so thin, the whole cheese tasted stronger than the strongest blue cheese in a not so nice way. Had to be thrown away as inedible. What I did have also was not crumbly at all, and had more the texture of Velvetta.

  7. stuart ferris (verified owner)

  8. Sophia (verified owner)

    This is the strongest cheddar in the world! Absolutely love it!

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