Location: Grove Farm, Church Aston
01952 810798

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Food Types > Cheese Makers > Mr Moydens Cheese

Mr Moydens Cheese

Handmade cheeses using traditional cheese making techniques which have been tried and tested by countless generations of farmhouse and specialist cheese makers. Mike from Grove Farm's herd of British Friesian cows.

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avatar Julian's review
I have tried Mr Moyden's Wrekin White, Newport and Smoked Newport. The White was supposed to be creamy but I found it didn't have much flavour at all. The best was the Newport Smoked which was very good.

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