Yesterday I was off looking at a new Goat’s milk supplier. Our current source, Parsonage Farm on the Dartington Estate is ceasing their milk production, so we require a new supply for our Harbourne Blue. I went to look at a small farm in Tiverton, that have been milking Goat’s for over 20 years.
Our Harbourne Blue is tasting delicious at the moment, so with storm Dennis on the way why not stay inside in the warm and dry this weekend with a gorgeous snack of Harbourne Blue on toast, or try one of our other lovely recipe ideas.
The journey from milk to cheese at Ticklemore Cheese Dairy The cheeses stay in our cave for around 3 weeks. They are ironed and when they are lovely and blue, they are transferred to our maturing fridge. They stay here until they are at least 3 months old, normally longer. This depends on the timeContinue reading “Milk to Cheese”
View this post on Instagram Say cheese! 🧀 Today’s tastings include two delicious cheeses from Totnes! The strong Devon Blue & the Sharpham Rustic, a crumbly classic cheese crafted using Jersey milk. Pop in & try some today! #dartsfarm #farmshop #artisan #local #foodies #cheese #cheesetasting #totnes #devonblue #growingthepassion #devon #exeter #topsham A post shared byContinue reading “Come and taste some Devon Blue and Sharpham Rustic at Darts Farm”
We are off to a flying start with our 2020 Beenleigh. Our first milk collection before the New Year on 29th December. We plan on making a similar amount to last year, that should see us predominantly making from now until the end of June. Its good to start early though and the milk seemsContinue reading “Beenleigh Blue 2020”