Organic British Halloumi
A totally delicious organic halloumi, made with fresh sheep’s milk at High Weald Dairy in Sussex.
Classicly firm and squeaky to the bite if eaten raw. When grilled or barbequed this halloumi takes on a wonderful melting marshmallow-like texture with a crispy shell.
Try our Organic halloumi grilled and melted on top of our lamb burgers, or tossed through our Hodmedod's couscous, or simply as part of a vibrant salad.
Pasteurised sheeps' milk (MILK), salt (2%), mint, vegetarian rennet.
Keep refrigerated. To enjoy this cheese at its best, eat within 7 days of opening and by the best before date shown. Once opened we recommend wrapping your cheese in greaseproof paper and storing in an air-tight container in the fridge.
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About the producer
High Weald Dairy
In the late 1980s Mark and his parents Guy and Audrey, established a flock of 150 British Friesland sheep for milking at their small family farm in Duddleswell. The idea was to sell the milk to a local cheesemaker but, with each sheep producing up to three litres of rich milk every day, they were soon faced with a surplus. As a result, they began to bottle the fresh sheep milk and sell it to local health food shops where it was in high demand as a delicious and nutritious alternative for people with an intolerance to cows’ milk.
Sheep milk yogurt followed next, and then a selection of cheeses, including 100% sheep milk Halloumi, Medita – a version of Greek feta cheese, and a fresh Ricotta cheese.
High Weald Dairy currently make 15 different cheeses with the entire process for each one taking place on the farm. It’s fair to say that cheese is a bit of an obsession for Mark and his sister Sarah- who even has a cheese named after her!