Norfolk Tawny is a semi-hard cheese with a texture similar to Caerphilly but a taste all of its own. Maker Arthur Betts of Ferndale Cheeses washes this cheese in Stoatwobbler beer from nearby Beeston Brewery. This imparts a subtle ale flavour. It also helps to ripen the cheese and creates a distinctive texture to the rind. Arthur’s award-winning cheese is based on Taleggio from Italy and is made from local unpasteurised milk. More information (including allergens) >
This local East Anglian cheese sits very well with the medlar preserves of Eastgate Larder.
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Ingredients: Cheese (milk).
Allergen advice: for allergens see ingredients in bold.
Smoked Dapple, Norfolk Dapple, and the seasonal special, port-infused Ruby Dapple. Elinor Betts has been cheese making for nearly two decades and was joined in the business by her son Arthur a couple of years ago. You can find out more about cheese making at Ferndale Cheeses on our blog >
The Tawny is a great cheese that fits right in with the delicious East Anglian Cheese Selection that we ordered from Slate Cheese at the same time. Tawny could well become a regular favourite buy!