Greens of Glastonbury

OUR CHEESEs

Greens logoGreens contactMild CheddarTraditional Mature CheddarUnpasteurised CheddarOrganic CheddarVintage CheddarDouble Gloucester

For those who dislike strong flavour cheeses please try our 6 month old cheddar.

This is when the fats have first stated to break down, giving a lovely, moist, creamy flavour.

Mild Cheddar

This is our best known cheese and has won many prizes at shows over the years.

A strong powerful flavour as typical of a West Country Cheddar which comes from 12 months of maturing.

Traditional Mature Cheddar

There can be no doubt cheese made from unpasteurised milk as a unique nutty flavour to it.

It is matured for 9-14 months to develop this flavour which many cheese lovers are drawn to.

Unpasteurised Cheddar

This cheese has a softer buttery flavour due to the all grass diet the organic cows are fed on.

Organic Cheddar

A real treat for those who like a truly tangy cheese.

This is kept for 15-18 months in order to allow it to mature into its unique flavour.

Vintage Cheddar

Our Double Gloucester cheese is milder and creamier compared to the Cheddars.

Its lovely fresh buttery flavour usually develops between 4 and 5 months.

Organic Double Gloucester

Organic Double Gloucester

Similar to the organic double Gloucester, this is a milder cheese with a full buttery, creamy flavour and just enough flavour to make it interesting.

Hard Goats Cheese

Hard Goats Cheese

Our Goats Cheese is made in a cheddar style and has a lovely clean flavour, being moist and sweet.

It develops at an early age of 4 to 6 months compared to the cheddar which gives a delicious mild flavour but can be kept longer for those wanting a stronger taste.

Double Gloucester

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All of our cheeses are made using a vegetarian rennet but the larded cheeses may contain small amounts of surface lard so the larded cheeses are not suitable for vegetarians.