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Kato

A soft and silky Belgium cheese with a beautiful earthy and long lasting flavour. 

£13.50 per unit
Unpasteurised Goat

Key Facts

  • CountryBelgium
  • Type of MilkGoat
  • PasteurisationUnpasteurised
  • Weight180g
  • Weight TypeNet

Nutrition

  • Ingredientsgoat's milk, cheese cultures, animal rennet, ash, sea salt
  • Allergensgoat's milk

Nutritional Information

  • Typical Valuesper 100g
  • Energy kJ1105
  • Energy kcal264
  • Fat22.5g
  • Of which saturates6.8g
  • Carbohydrates1.8g
  • Of which sugars0.29
  • Protein13.5g
  • Salt1.27g
Name & address of food supplier

Paxton & Whitfield Ltd, 93 Jermyn Street, London SW1Y 6JE

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Smooth & Silky Belgian Goats' Cheese

This very special goats' milk cheese has a unique texture; creamy and silky inside - with a textural chew from the delicate rind. Its complex and long-lasting flavour is rich and yielding - earthy and yeasty, with a moreish saltiness.

Kato was created by a collaboration between Kaasmakerij Karditsel from Kadrditsel Dairy and Kaasaffineurs Van Tricht. Similar in shape to the French goat cheese Cathare, Kato is a saucer-shaped goat cheese which has an ash coated rind and the letter K imprinted. Using the "moule a la louche" technique, the curds are ladled by hand and made from unpasteurised goats' milk, creating a deliciously creamy texture with beautiful herbal notes.

Karditsel Dairy produces organic goat cheese made from raw milk in Lummen, Flanders, Belgium.  They only use milk from Het Goerenhof goats to create their remarkable goats’ cheeses.

A very rare find in the UK, we are delighted to be able to import this unique cheese direct from the cheesemaker in Belgium. Kato is a very seasonal cheese and will not be on our counters for long, so be sure to taste it whilst it’s in stock and sign up for ‘back in stock alerts’ to be the first to hear about the arrival of a new batch.

Kato cheese pairs perfectly with a dry white wine such as a Meursault and is delivered in its own box - perfectly portable for your summer picnics!