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Wyke Farms Brue Chapel Vintage Cheddar

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Brand: Wyke Farms / Type: Cheese

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      01.12.2009 18:23
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      A trusty cheese from a great brand

      Not to be confused with cheese from Glastonbury's Brue Valley Farms, Brue Chapel is a Wyke Farms product, a fellow Somerset dairy - this is a cheese that seems to make it internationally and tends to be the one which satisfies my desire for Cheddar Cheese here in Poland. It's a brand that I've begun to trust and whilst the Brue Chapel Vintage wasn't as attractive in packaging as some of their other products, I'd had all the others and thought that I might as well give it a go. The possibility of reviewing it on dooyoo was probably an extra bonus! The cheese came in a well measured 200g slab in those plastic pockets that you get cheese these days, the vintage cheddar came in a simple see-through bagwith a label with a picture of what I suppose is Wyke Farms! The cheese is relatively close to the brand's "Just Delicious" Mature cheese, it's a little bit crumblier though when you sliced but it has the perfect mixture of creaminess and tangy sharpness, it gives a little kick to the back of your throat - ideal for waking you up on the weekend! According to mysupermarket.co.uk - Brue Chapel is on offer at the moment across the UK in Asda at £1.50 or any 3 for £1, unfortunately over here it costs me at least 3 times more, so it's something I use sparingly unfortunately! I'd get down the shop and buy it now, if I were you (or better yet, post it to me!)

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