Soft Cheese

Cheeses such as Camembert. Generally, they ripened from their rinds leading to a breakdown of the interior, giving a sumptuous, creamy consistency.
294 - Aldwych Goat

Aldwych Goat

A firm textured goats milk log with a clean, fresh flavour and lots of character. Perfect for cooking as well as enjoying fresh.

Made by one of Paxton & Whitfield's favourite cheesemakers in the heart of the Westcountry, using the unpasteurised milk from the dairy's own herd of white Saanen, brown and white Toggenburg, black and white British Alpine and Anglo-Nubian goats.

The goats are milked twice daily with each producing about two and a half litres of milk. This milk is thermised at the dairy, a process similar to pasteurisation, and then pumped into vats where starter culture is added, and vegetarian rennet. Once formed, the curds are cut by hand and then placed into molds to drain. The cheeses are left overnight and then taken from their moulds and put in a maturation room where white fluffy penicillin moulds will form and cover the exterior of the cheeses.

Aldwych Goat is a versatile cheese. As it matures, it will ripen to become soft and creamy close to the rind, and is the perfect cheese to eat in salads or as an addition to an exciting cheeseboard. Due to its white rind, it will also grill exceptionally well and can therefore be used melted - delicious on a crostini

Aldwych Goat is made exclusively for Paxton & Whitfield.

Not for export  Goat PLU: 294
per cheese

Key Facts

  • Country Made In England
  • Type of Milk Goat
  • Vegetarian Yes
  • Region Somerset
  • Organic No
  • Flavour Fresh and gentle
  • Accreditation None
  • Weight 215g

Store & Serve

Individual cheeses will carry their own Best Before/Use By Date, we endeavour to give a minimum of 7 days from the date the order is despatched

  • StorageKeep refrigerated.
  • Instructions for useServe at room temperature.
  • Recommended DrinkChablis
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