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Finn

by The Fine Cheese Co.
A soft cheese with an ice cream-texture. Enriched with cream, so extremely rich and delicious.

Availability: Returning in January

£6.75

Details

Soft and unctuous, this delicious double-cream cheese is made by Charlie Westhead at Neal’s Yard Creamery.
Based on the classic double-cream cheeses of France, Finn was one of Britain’s first double-cream cheeses, and is made using  the cream of the milk enriched with double cream.
Starting off lactic and creamy, Finn develops light mushroom and walnut flavours, and a smooth ice cream texture.
The milk comes from the farm next door.  The herd is Friesian and Jersey, which gives an added richness to the milk.
Finn has a long setting time. The setting is mainly achieved by acidity rather than by rennet, and the white coat grows slowly on the surface of the cheese before Finn is wrapped and allowed to develop its rich creaminess.
Charlie began making this cheese soon after starting Neal’s Yard Creamery.  He named it after his dog at the time, although Finn rather suitably  means ‘Great White One’ in Irish.

Finn

Finn.

  • Price: £6.75 - Out of Stock
    Sold by Fine Cheese Co
Country of Origin British Isles
Individual Cheese? Yes
Pack Weight 200g
Milk Variety Cows'
Style of Cheese Soft
Organic? Yes
Unpasteurised? Yes
Ingredients

Raw Cows' milk, Double Cream, Sea salt, Starter Cultures, Animal Rennet

Nutritional Info (per 100g) Energy 1425KJ, 345Kcal | Fat 30.6g, Of Which Saturated 20g | Carbohydrate 1.1g, Of Which Sugars 1.1g | Protein 14.8g | Salt 1.7g
Allergen Advice For allergens see ingredients in bold.
Storage Keep refrigerated below 8˚, Once open, eat within 5 days

Soft and unctuous, this delicious double-cream cheese is made by Charlie Westhead at Neal’s Yard Creamery.
Based on the classic double-cream cheeses of France, Finn was one of Britain’s first double-cream cheeses, and is made using  the cream of the milk enriched with double cream.
Starting off lactic and creamy, Finn develops light mushroom and walnut flavours, and a smooth ice cream texture.
The milk comes from the farm next door.  The herd is Friesian and Jersey, which gives an added richness to the milk.
Finn has a long setting time. The setting is mainly achieved by acidity rather than by rennet, and the white coat grows slowly on the surface of the cheese before Finn is wrapped and allowed to develop its rich creaminess.
Charlie began making this cheese soon after starting Neal’s Yard Creamery.  He named it after his dog at the time, although Finn rather suitably  means ‘Great White One’ in Irish.