Please note: If you'd like to purchase smaller, cut pieces of our cheese, please visit The Cheese Shop in Morpeth (http://www.thecheeseshopmorpeth.co.uk/)

Doddington

Named after the village in Northumberland where the cheese is made.

It is classed as a British territorial cheese, which lies somewhere between a Leicester and a cheddar. Exceptional flavours most notably sweet caramel and nutty characteristics, a cheese for true food lovers and cheese officianados. Unpasteurised, traditional rennet

  • CountryEngland
  • AreaNorthumberland
  • StyleSweet caramel and nutty characteristics
  • Cheese Weight4-5 kg rounds or 9-10kg rounds