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Tornegus Cheese

Unusual cheese in that it is the product of one dairy (Duckett's, Caerphilly) which is then re-processed by another (James Aldridge's dairy at Godstone in Surrey) where it is marinated in herbs, brine and Kentish wine and matured for about three months. Herb-speckled-orange rind, semi-hard, open texture and a rustic flavour.



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