Doddington is classed as a British territorial cheese, which lies somewhere between a Leicester and a Cheddar. Exceptional flavours, most notably sweet caramel and nutty characteristics, this is a cheese for true food lovers and cheese aficionados. Unpasteurised and made using traditional rennet.

Doddington cheeses are not just from the Cheviot hills of Northumbria, they are OF the Cheviot hills of Northumbria.

Unpasteurised Cow’s milk