Blue Sky Halloumi-Style
Made with Zwartble sheeps' milk; this artisan, British halloumi style cheese is sweet and salty with a satisfying squeak!
- FlavourCreamy, Rich
- Type of MilkSheep
- Vegetarian RennetYes
- Weight TypeMin
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
- IngredientsEwe's (MILK), Salt, Vegetarian Rennet
- Typical Valuesper 100g
- Energy kJ1407
- Energy kcal339
- Of which saturates18.5
- Of which sugars2.2
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Taste this Artisan, British Halloumi-Style Cheese
Blue Sky make their Halloumi style from Zwartble ewes' milk, which has a high butter fat content and produces a creamy, flavourful cheese.
The whole cheesemaking process is done by hand on this small British dairy - run by Becky and Jeremy Cooper in the beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds - and each individual, handmade cheese is unique. Unlike most Halloumi style cheeses, Blue Sky is made purely from sheeps' milk. The texture has a wonderful softness in the centre, which crisps up beautifully when cooked.
Zwartbles are tall, elegant, and friendly sheep that originate in the Friesland region of the Netherlands. Rather than quantity, their milk is known for its quality.
Unlike those on most dairy farms, Blue Sky lambs remain with their mother’s until they are big and strong enough to be weaned. The mothers are not separated from them at birth, and they have lots of time turned out in the fields with their lambs before milking starts. This means they are in the parlour for a shorter period, but the lambs get to enjoy the wonderful milk too.