Pencarreg is soft-white brie-style cheese that comes from Ayrshire, a county in Scotland, United Kingdom.
It is a modern, farmhouse and an organic cheese made from cow's milk. Its maturation period is two to eight weeks. Pencarreg has the aroma of mushrooms. A soft-white cheese, Pencarreg is similar to Brie according to texture that feels like solid, whipped cream.
Being a vegetarian cheese, it is suitable for vegetarians.
- Made from pasteurized cow's milk
- Country of origin: Great Britain
- Region: Wales
- Family: Brie
- Type: soft, blue-veined
- Fat content: 40%
- Texture: creamy
- Rind: natural
- Colour: pale yellow
- Flavour: smooth
- Aroma: rich
- Vegetarian: no
Other cheeses from Great Britain:
Appleby's Double Gloucester, Bermondsey Hard Pressed, Dorset Blue Vinney, Double Worcester, Hafod, Huntsman, Keens Cheddar, Leafield, Little Black Bomber, Llanglofan Farmhouse, Penbryn, Seator's Orkney, Sraffordshire Organic, Tyn Grug, Wellesley
Abbot’s Gold, Applewood, Colston Bassett Stilton, Cotswold, Devon Garland, Huntsman, Maisie's Kebbuck, Malvern, Montgomery's Cheddar, Old Ford, Sharpham Rustic, Sharpham Rustic Chive & Garlic, Sharpham Savour, Teifi, Ticklemore , White Stilton with Mango & Ginger
Burwash Rose, Cardo , Chorlton Blue Cheshire, Cropwell Bishop Blue Stilton, Gorwydd Caerphilly, Harlech Truckle, Innes Brick, Kirkham's Lancashire, May Hill Green, Ogleshield, Shropshire Blue, Stichelton
Baron Bigod, Bartlett, Bath Blue, Blacksticks Blue, Cornish Brie, Cremet , Dorstone, Innes Log, Ragstone, Sharpham Elmhirst, Stawley, St Jude, Tunworth
fresh soft cheeses:
Cerney Pyramid, Childwickbury, Olde York, Pant ys Gawn, Sleightlett, Windrush Cheeses