Capricorn Somerset Goat Cheese.
If you’re looking for a tasty addition to a summer salad, or just a different treat from your fridge, why not consider our locally-produced Capricorn Goat Cheese.
Capricorn Goats Cheese can be served with sesame crackers, fresh figs and can also be put on top of salads or as a snack. For instance, it can be paired with a glass of dry white wine such as Sauvignon Blanc.
At our price, it won’t break the bank either.
Capricorn is a fresh goats cheese that matures for ten days at the Lubborn creamery at Cricket St Thomas and continues to ripen after it is packaged. When young it is mild and crumbly with a slightly nutty flavour.
Capricorn Somerset Goat Cheese is made from pasteurised goat’s milk at The Lubborn Creamery in Somerset, England. It is available in a 100g drum. The cheese is made from milk collected from local farms situated in the beautiful valley of Cricket St Thomas, surrounded by lush dairy pastures. Above all, since 1983, the cheese has won an outstanding 43 awards.
Ideal For Vegetarians
Vegetarian rennet is used in the production of the cheese therefore making Capricorn suitable for vegetarians. The cheese ripens from the outside towards the centre. During the maturing process, the cheese is gently sprayed with salt. In ten days, an identifiable edible white coat grows on the cheese, after which it is wrapped in breathable material to allow it to ripen.
Capricorn Somerset Goat Cheese has a firm and crumbly texture when young; consequentially it softens with ageing. Similarly, The 100kg drum has a gentle velvety soft white coat and slightly nutty flavour. In conclusion, as it ripens from the outside towards the centre, the cheese develops a creamier flavour.
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