It is made from pasteurized cow’s milk. One version curdles the milk with calf’s rennet; the other uses vegetarian rennet. “The milk comes from three farms, Sibster just west of Wick, Thrumster with a herd of organic Jersey cows and Rootfield on the Black Isle which is converting to Ayrshire cows.” Highland Fine Cheeses. Our Story. Accessed April 2022 at https://www.hf-cheeses.com/our-story/
Both versions are aged 8 to 12 weeks.
Strathdon Blue Cheese is made by the Highland Fine Cheese Company Limited at Blarliath Farm, in Tain, Ross and Cromarty County, Scotland. The company is run by Rory (aka Ruaridh) Stone, son of Susannah Stone (founder of the company). The company also makes other Scottish cheeses such as Gruth Dhu Cheese, and Caboc Cheese.
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