Unpasteurised, vegetarian, hard cheese of truckle shape with hard, grayish-brown, natural rind. This cheese can be eaten at various stages of maturation. When young, about two months, it is smooth and creamy. With age, the taste changes and the texture becomes firm and bitable. Menallack Farmhouse won a bronze medal at the British Cheese Awards. There are also variations of this cheese with Chives and Garlic. It is used for grilling and in sauces.
Menallack Farm retired from cheese production in 2011.
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