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Cotswold

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Country: England
Region: Gloucestershire County
Texture: Semi-Hard
Type of Milk: Cow
Aging Time: 36 months
Pasteurized: Both versions are available

Cotswold is an English cow’s milk cheese made from whole milk.  It is made by combining Double Gloucester cheese with chopped chives and onions. It is a semi-hard cheese that is similar to cheddar with a pate that is golden yellow in color. It has a rich, full, and hearty flavor that, in England, is also referred to as “Pub Cheese” since it is commonly served in pubs with bread and a dark ale. Its had a rind that is hard and gray but it is commonly removed for sale at retail stores. 

 

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