What do the foxes say?!

Good Evening Cheesy1’s,

While we wait with anticipation for the results of next week’s International Cheese Awards here’s the post about the Foxes Duo from Belton Farm in Cheshire.

Have a lovely weekend!

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“Red Leicester with a cunningly unexpected crunch”

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Good Morning Cheesy1’s!

It has been a while since I have done a proper post so this time I’m featuring two cheeses I currently have in my fridge;. they are Red Fox & White Fox made by Belton Farm, Shropshire. A relative newcomer formed at the end of 2011 by Belton Farm Cheesemakers it was developed with a 12 month maturity and unique cultures to create a truly unique crunch not found in Red Leicester. The White Fox is very similar in terms of flavour delivery & texture but is a cheddar cheese which took 4 years to perfect! Matured for 18 months it develops the characteristic crunch but also a nuttiness. The flavour found is sweet & caramel like with a subtle nuttiness, but they both have a richness from the milk which makes them smooth with a thick almost cream like…

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This is the official page for the Cheesy1 Blog. I'm a Cheese Writer/Advisor, Judge & former Guild of Cheese Graders member. I'm also available as a Professional Cheese Speaker. I'm passionate about cheeses and local produce but in my own unique cheesy way. If you have any questions please ask me via my blog or e-mail me at jhb.cheese@gmail.com and I shall try to be as helpful as possible. Thank you for showing an interest in my Blog. Cheesy1

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