Made from pasteurized goat's milk
Country of origin: England, Great Britain and United Kingdom
Type: fresh soft, artisan
Flavour: herbaceous, milky, spicy
Aroma: fresh, goaty, milky
Producers: Windrush Valley Goat Dairy
Synonyms: Windrush Dainty Herb cheese, Windrush Valley Goat's Cheese
Windrush Cheeses are soft goat cheeses made by Renee and Richard Loveridge at their farm in Windrush, near Burford, in the English Cotswolds. The milk comes from British Saanen and Toggenburg goats that are fed mainly on haylage and a concentrate. Their fresh cheeses are made in pure, unflavoured variety; Dainty Herb flavoured with fresh herbs, a peppercorn-coated variety and a garlic and crack pepper cheese.