A mature blue, with the strength of a highlander.
Made by Jeff and Chris Reade on Scriob Ruadh Farm on the Isle of Mull could quite possibly be the bluest blue in the land (Britain that is). Somerset-dwellers originally, the Reades moved to the farm near Tobermory in 1979, well known for it’s bright buildings. They use a mixed herd of cows that are milked on a morning, all of which goes straight to cheese production, mainly their cheddar. It is often compared to Stilton with its strong, tangy nature, however we find more floral notes with a firmer texture.
If you like blue cheese, you’ll like it a lot; if you hate blue cheese, you’ll pay someone to come and remove it from your fridge.