Origin: Lancashire, England
Milk: Raw Cow’s Milk
Aged: 12 months
Kirkham's Lancashire is the world's last farm-made, raw milk Lancashire
cheese being produced in Lancashire, England. Since 1978 the Kirkhams have made cheese on their farm and now three generations later, Kirkham's son Graham has taken the reigns. The milk comes from their own loved herd of Holstein Friesian cows. Lancashire has an incredible texture. Crumbly yet creamy – a texture the Kirkham family call ‘buttery crumble’ – this raw milk farmhouse Lancashire boasts a bright, pronounced flavour finished off by a light, lemony, lactic tang. It is crumbly but still moist and is best eaten in chunks!