Wensleydale is a historic fresh, mild cheese made in Wensleydale, North Yorkshire since 1150 by Cistercian monks. Traditionally, sheep's milk was used, but over the time cow's milk was also used. The art of making the cheese was passed by the monks to the farmer's wives who produced a blue variety of Wensleydale at their farmhouses. Today, Wensleydale is produced mainly from pasteurised cow's milk with sheep's milk added to enhance the flavour.
Wensleydale with Cranberries is a hand-made Yorkshire cheese that has a sweet flavour of the fruity succulence of juicy cranberries with honeyed undertones.
Size: est. 170g.