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Cheddar Top Hat

Item #: E060
Availability: Stock
Country:Great Britain
Milk:Cow
Pasteurization:Pasteurized
Rennet:Vegetarian
Type:Hard
Pack:1/15# V
Age:Minimum 6 months
Fat:50-55%
Item Description:A nice mellow cheddar from Great Britain with a touch of sharpness. Excellent as a snack or in cooking applications.

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Cheddar with Caramelized Onions

Item #: E1210
Availability: Stock
Country:Great Britain
Milk:Cow
Pasteurization:Pasteurized
Rennet:Animal
Pack:2/4.41lb
Item Description:This cheese possesses a creamy, buttery cheddar that is perfectly blended with tangy, caramelized onions to produce a new English favorite. As versatile as it is addictive, this new cheddar, has livened up everything from simple sandwiches to hot dogs and grilled portabellas.

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Cheshire-Singleton's

Item #: E050
Availability: Stock
Country:Great Britain
Milk:Cow
Pasteurization:Pasteurized
Rennet:Vegetarian
Type:Semi-hard
Pack:1/9# V
Age:4-8 weeks
Fat:50%
Item Description:Mild, with a slightly acidic tang. A bit crumbly and flaky but not dry. One of the oldest English cheeses recorded, Cheshire is good for snacking and adds pizzaz to cooking applications.

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Cotswold - Clawson (Double Gloucester with Chives and Onions)

Item #: E070
Availability: Stock
Country:Great Britain
Milk:Cow
Pasteurization:Pasteurized
Rennet:Vegetarian
Type:Semi-hard
Pack:2/5# V
Age:3 months
Fat:51.56%
Item Description:Long Clawson Dairy originated this cheese and are the sole makers of Cotswold. They use only top quality Double Gloucester, made in the factory to a traditional recipe. Only fresh onions and chives are used to flavor the cheese.

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Devon Cream

Item #: E080
Availability: Stock
Country:Great Britain
Region:Devonshire
Milk:Cow
Pasteurization:Pasteurized
Type:Cream
Pack:12/6 oz E
Fat:48%
Item Description:The rich milk of the Devonshire counrtyside is collected and poured into a vat. It is then gently heated until a thick semi-solid layer of cream forms on the top. This cream is then scooped off and bottled.

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