Can you put a name to new cheese? - The Worcester Observer

Can you put a name to new cheese?

Worcester Editorial 18th Feb, 2015 Updated: 19th Oct, 2016   0

CHEESE lovers are being invited to come up with a tasty name for a new product made at a Lower Broadheath farm.

Haydn Roberts, who works at Heath Grange Farm, teamed up with top affineur Andy Swinscoe to develop a new unpasteurised goat’s cheese but have struggled to find an appropriate title.

The cheese is currently being referred to as the ‘cheese with no name’ or the ‘Clint Eastwood’ but the pair think the public can come up with something even better.

Mr Swinscoe, who runs the award-winning specialist cheesemonger, The Courtyard Dairy, in Settle, North Yorkshire, said: “We thought it would be nice to let other people choose a name as naming is such a difficult thing this takes the stress out of it.

“I’m sure we’ll get a lot of interesting and unusual ones but that is part of the fun, we only need one good one.

“I’ve known Haydn since he worked for Neals Yard and always been impressed by his cheese making skills so when I knew he was leaving to set up by himself it seemed the perfect match.”

The winner will get a three-month membership to The Courtyard Dairy’s monthly cheese club.

Entries should be e-mailed to [email protected] before Thursday, April 30.

Entry is free and competitors should include a name, e-mail and contact number.

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