Connage Dunlop Cheese (200g)


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Dunlop recipe dates from the 17th Century and was first made in Ayrshire. Each truckle was dressed in muslin to seal and keep the maturing cheese moist and we still do this today.


Connage use pasteurised milk and traditional methods. Dunlop is a Scottish Cheddar with slightly higher moisture and develops a lovely depth of flavour as it matures for 7 months. It has a rounded nutty, warm and creamy taste that lingers on the palate.


“A nutty, golden and mature Scottish hard cheese that comes from a Highland family farm that prides itself in its traditional organic methods of production. Eat it on its own or complement it with a rich wine or some plum chutney. ” -(The Independent,2013)


Connage Highland Dairy is a traditional, family-owned, fully organic business, situated in Ardersier. The farm was started by father Hamish Clark and continues to remain in the family.

A family business in the true sense of the word, Connage is owned by brothers Callum and Cameron and their wives Jill and Eileen. Callum and Jill manage the cheese side of the business using their years of experience and producing a fully traceable quality end product – multi award-winning cheese. Cameron and Eileen undertake the majority of the work on the farm themselves, from breeding and managing the dairy herd to milking them. The organic dairy herd of 150 cows, mostly Holstein Friesian with Jersey crosses and Norwegian Reds and they graze the luscious clover pastures around the dairy and along the shores of the Moray Firth.


A state-of-the-art cheese dairy was constructed and since January 2006, have been using traditional techniques to produce a range of organic, handcrafted vegetarian cheeses.

All products are fully traceable and excellent quality controls from ‘cow to cheese’. Assurances can be given for the highest standard of animal welfare and care for our cows, continuing the attention to detail into our cheeses.