About Rosary Goats Cheese
Rosary Goats cheese is an English handmade cheese made on the border of Hampshire and Wiltshire. The cheese is made from the milk of British Saanen goats by Chris and Clare Moody on their family farm, and then name is taken from their family home “The Rosary”.
The cheese itself is made with pasteurized milk and vegetarian rennet, so suitable for vegetarians, and is a beautifully soft cheese shaped into logs.
The combination of creamy taste and light fluffy texture has landed Rosary Plain cheese with awards galore, with the most recent from the British Cheese Awards (previously awarding a silver medal in 2001, this year 2014 awarding Rosary 2014’s Supreme Champion award!
Rosary Plain is a creamy, cleansing, clean flavour – with a natural hint of fresh lemon and clear goaty aftertaste. A moist and velvety goats cheese with a melt in-the-mouth sensation. An incredibly light and fluffy texture – reminiscent of mousse.
How to Enjoy
Best enjoyed a minimum of three days after production, and removed from the fridge at least one hour before eating to ensure the full flavour is experienced.
Rosary goats cheese works superbly, simple and unadulterated with biscuits or crusty bread, or sliced and gently grilled on toast with a generous ground peppering and jelly condiment.
It also works well as a base for creamy omelets and for traditional cheesecake recipes for the sweet toothed.
Our cheeses are delivered by courier for overnight/next day delivery, for customers in England and Wales only, so they arrive in the best condition. For customers in Scotland or Ireland, please call us on 01780 489269. Processing your order can take 4-5 days. We charge £6.50 for P&P. Unfortunately we can only deliver within the UK at present. Click here for more details