Lord of the Hundreds

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Origin:                       England

Region:                      Stonegate, East Sussex

Made by:                   Cliff Dyball, The Traditional Cheese Dairy

Type:                          Hard

Milk:                           Sheep

Milk Treatment:    Raw

Coagulant:                Vegetarian Rennet

Named after the Saxon tax collector who controlled the land where Lord of the Hundreds is made, this square, nubbly cheese has a certain Dark Ages charm.

Characteristics: square-shape with bumpy mottled rind; crumbly texture; savoury, nutty, grassy, sweet.

Best with: some sliced jamon iberico