Avonlea Clothbound Cheddar presents a somewhat brownish rind with a deep yellow, firm yet crumbly interior. Its grassy, earthy aromas pair nicely with a sharp potato flavour, pleasant fruity taste and nutty notes.
Avonlea Clothbound Cheddar is prepared in the purest of British traditions: Clothbound, it is aged at least one year in an affinage cave. It is prepared with milk collected nearby on the island’s coastal farms, where cows graze on grass whipped by the salty sea breezes off the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
It is named after the Prince Edward Island village made famous by the novel Anne of Green Gables.