Lord of the Hundreds Sheep's Cheese Sussex
Lord of the Hundreds is a raw sheep's milk cheese produced in East Sussex using unpastuerised milk from grass fed ewes at Boydells Dairy.
This hard cheeseis aged for six to eight months during which the cheeses are rubbed and turned every other day to create a light grey rind. The texture is dry and slightly grainy with a flavour of roasted hazelnuts and salty caramel. This cheese can be used as a substitute to Parmigiano-Reggiano.
2011 Gold medal and 2012 Silver medal at The British Cheese Awards and 2014 Bronze medal at the World Cheese Awards.
This cheese has a natural edible and is made with vegetarian rennet.