Galic is a type of crowdie fresh cheese.
It is made from pasteurized milk with double-cream added, using lactic acid to do the curdling of the milk. Chopped wild garlic leaves are stirred into the curds.
The cheese is formed, then rolled in toasted, crumbled hazelnuts. It is sold in pots.
Galic cheese is made by Susannah Stone of the Highland Fine Cheeses company using milk from her herd of Shorthorn cows at Blarliath Farm near Tain, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland.