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Waterloo Cheese

A cow's milk cheese in small rounds, off-white. The rind is a pale and dry, and the cheese itself is runny, buttery and lightly salty towards the outside, firmer towards the centre. Waterloo was originally produced on the estate of the Duke of Wellington, hence its name.

It is now made by Anne & Andy Wigmore's 'Village Maid Cheese', Reading

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