Barber's 1833 Vintage Cheddar
1 Piece (~190g)
Barber’s Farmhouse Red Leicester is made with traditional starter cultures, West Country milk and just the tiniest amount of the plant dye annatto, which gives it its distinctive russet red colour.
Ageing it for around four months results in a smooth and sweet cheese that’s great in a Cauliflower Cheese.
Minimum 6 days
It contains: Milk
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In the early days, milk from the farm was sold locally and the cheese made was used to feed the family and farm workers. As time went on, the milk needed to make cheese increased and soon the family were buying milk from neighbouring farms as well.Find out more