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Red Storm Cheese, tasty, fruity red welsh cheese

Red Storm Cheese, tasty, fruity red welsh cheese

£3.06 per 100g

Fruity, tasty, creamy

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    Red Storm cheese is a vintage Red Leicester made by Snowdonia Cheddar. Red Storm cheese is a very nice Welsh hard cheese indeed. Tasty, in a medium strength kind of fashion, with a slight fruitiness its a lovely creamy cheese and hugely popular in the shop.  Made by a cooperative of Welsh farmers who blend their cheeses.  The blending process gives the farmers much more control over the consistency of flavour as cheeses can vary so much according to the time of year/feed etc.  Red Storm is vegetarian and pasteurised.

    If you're after a little stack, a half a red storm is a great option. 21.5 x 9cm for a whole, we can cut a half which would then be a 4.5cm high circle.

    Milk Type : Cow's milk

    Pasteurisation : Pasteurised

    Rennet type : Vegetarian rennet

    Flavour : Medium

    Country of Origin : Wales

    Brand : Snowdonia Cheese Company

    Product Code : MTCS554

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    Very addictive- one of our favourites

    The wax is very thick

    Melanie Elliston | Cumbria | January 2022


    This is one of my favourite cheeses. I love the strong taste and keeps fresh for several weeks.

    Vanessa Marston | Nuneaton | January 2022

    Intense yet creamy

    Intense, creamy and fruity - delicious!

    Neil Bragg | Risca | January 2022

    First time impressions

    Slightly softer cheese than expected -quite easily spreadable. Really rich beautiful taste. Would definitely re-order

    Simon Dyer-Lynch | Scottish Borders | January 2023