Not everybody enjoys blue-veined cheese, likely because it has a strong flavour. Personally I really like it, although my favorite is a creamy Dolcelatte made in Italy. I have noticed that the Italians maintain the best of the dairy produce for themselves. So you have not tasted the greatest Italian cheeses unless you have been to Italy.
Let us consider British blue cheeses, however, after all, they’re what this report is about.
The most well-known blue cheese in Britain is stilton and needless to say, there’s a white stilton cheese also. Stilton cheeses have a Certification Trade Mark and they could only be produced from the English counties of Leicestershire, Derbyshire, and Nottinghamshire.
But, there are many more which are produced all over the united kingdom. Dovedale is made with cow’s milk, while Harbourne blue is made out of goat’s milk. Among the cheeses made from ewe’s milk is that the Scottish cheese, Lanark Blue.
This is a unique professional bat removal that’s handmade with sea salt rubbed into its rind, instead of it being put in brine like a lot of different cheeses. It has a mild flavor, so maybe even those who profess to not like blue cheese would enjoy it. It’s made out of cow’s milk.
Dovedale blue is generated only with cow’s milk in the counties of Staffordshire, Nottinghamshire, and Derbyshire. There is also Dovedale Blue and Black cheese, together with all the black coming out of the addition of cracked black peppercorns.
Dorset Blue Vinney was made in most Dorset farmhouses before the Second World War. It is made to a recipe which is over 300 years old. The family that owns the farm have been generating Blue Vinney for over 40 years.
Some blue cheeses have ingenious titles, such as Blissful Buffalo, made from ewe and buffalo milk. That’s created by Alex James a former member of the UK band Blur.
There are quite a few other British blue cheeses to sample, though you might need to purchase them online.