Stinking Bishop

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Origin: England
Region: Dymock, Glos.
Made by: Charles Martell
Type: Soft
Milk: Cow
Milk Treatment: Pasteurised
Coagulant: Vegetarian Rennet

Used to bring Wallace back from the dead in the Curse of the Were-Rabbit, this famously pungent cheese gets its name from the local perry it is washed in.

Characteristics: orange rind and pale paste; aromatic, velvety, luscious texture; sweet, slightly burnt-toffee, milky on the finish.

Best with: hoppy ale