Available by the approximately 180gram piece
Named for the Dorstone hill upon which Neal's Yard Creamery sits, Dorstone is made to a traditional recipe which involves setting the curd very slowly overnight then gently ladling them by hand to drain them before packing them into moulds. It is this that gives the Dorstone its signature fluffy texture and gentle acidity. After draining for 24 hours, the cheese is rolled in edible vegetal ash – a traditional French technique which contributes toward its texture and flavour. The fine, whorl-like wrinkles are formed thanks to a yeast called geotrichum, which is naturally present in goat's milk and contributes toward the cheese's distinctive texture and bright, herbaceous taste.
Pasteurised Goat's Milk