Maugan and Todd Trethowen are proud to have maintained the family tradition of artisan Caerphilly which is made from unpasturised cow's milk. Despite being considered a Welsh cheese, there is a long history of Caerphilly being made in the West Country, and the Gorwydd (pronounced Gor-with) recipe originated in Somerset at the beginning of the 20th century.
It differs from other Caerphilly cheeses in that it is allowed to mature for longer – two to three months. The result is a beautifuly complex and crumbly cheese with a naturally forming rind. Just below the rind is a distinctive tangy, lemony layer leading into the crumbly, creamy heart of the cheese.
Unpasteurised cow's milk / Not suitable for vegetarians
Allergens - contains MILK
Our cheeses will arrive to you wrapped in a waxed paper, this allows for it to breath keeping it in the best condition for consumption. If you plan on keeping your cheeses for longer, remove from its wax paper and wrap in cling film.
We guarantee 7 days shelf life on all cheeses and accompaniments.