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Shropshire Blue Cheese

A pasteurised cow's milk cheese, formed in large rounds. Orange-white, blue-veined and firm.

Similar to Stilton, this cheese has never actually been made in Shropshire. It began at the Castle Stuart Dairy, Inverness in the 1970's under the Stilton-trained cheesemaker Andy Williamson and was called 'Inverness-shire Blue' or 'Blue Stuart'.

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