Made from pasteurized cow's milk
Country of origin: United Kingdom
Type: hard, processed
Colour: golden orange
Flavour: mild, smooth, sweet, tangy
Alternative spellings: Marbled Cheese, Marble Cheddar
Marble cheese is a combination of Colby and Monterey Jack or white and orange cheddar curds. These cheeses vary in textures and are usually hard.
Colby Jack: Colby Jack or Cojack is a classic American combination of Colby and Monterey Jack cheese. The taste of Colby Jack varies from mild and smooth to lightly sweet to sharp and tangy. Due to its good melting capabilities, this cheese is very popular with Mexican dishes.
Marble Cheddar: Marble Cheddar is a variant of typical English Cheddar produced by blending white and orange cheddar. Similar to traditional cheddar it has a very rich taste and smooth, buttery texture. The cheese can be enjoyed in quiches, omelettes or melted over baked dishes and vegetables.
Red Windsor: Cheddar cheese with added red wine or food colour.
Sage Derby: Derby cheese is traditionally made with added sage. These days it is made using spinach, parsley or green vegetable dye.