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Waterloo cheese

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Country of origin  United Kingdom
Town  Riseley
Pasteurised  No
Region  Berkshire
Source of milk  Guernsey cattle
Texture  Semi-soft

Waterloo is a semi-soft, off-white British cheese originating from the Duke of Wellington's estate. It is produced by Village Maid Cheese in Riseley, Berkshire.

Production

Similar to brie, the cheese is made from full-fat, unpasteurised Guernsey milk. The affinage period is between 4 and 10 weeks, and the cheese has a fat content of 45%.

References

Waterloo cheese Wikipedia


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