In years gone by, cheese made in summer had a much yellower hue than cheese made in winter because the cows grazed outside rather than on fodder. Yellows and even oranges were seen as a sign of quality in cheesemaking. Cheesemakers started to use annatto, a pigment derived from a tropical fruit, to colour their cheese. The evolution of this technique has given us Double Gloucester, an orange, buttery cheese with sweet notes.
Imported from United Kingdom
Add to Cart is disabled in Private Browsing.
Turn off Private Browsing to Use Order Ahead.
Sorry, Currently the requested quantity of the product is not available
Sorry! It seems you’ve entered an invalid quantity amount.
Required Fields are Empty
Required Fields are Invalid
Getting you on board...
Password must have at least 8 characters, containing alphabetic and numeric characters.