List of Derbyshire cheeses facts for kids
|Buxton Blue||A blue cheese that is a similar to Blue Stilton. It is made from cow's milk, and is lightly veined with a deep russet colouring. Buxton Blue cheese is a protected food name. It may only be produced in or around the town of Buxton using milk from Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire or Staffordshire.|
|Derby||A semi-hard cheese made from cow's milk, with a waxed rind. It has been produced since the 16th century making it one of England's oldest cheeses.|
|Dovedale||A cylindrical, blue-veined soft cheese made from cow's milk. Dovedale cheese is a protected food name. It may only be made within 50 miles (80 km) of the Dovedale valley.|
|Sage Derby||It is made from cow's milk and infused with the herb sage, giving it a green marbled appearance. It was traditionally produced to celebrate harvest festival and Christmas.|
|Stilton||A protected designation of origin cheese that is produced in two varieties: Blue known for its characteristic strong smell and taste, and the lesser-known White. It may only be produced in Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire or Leicestershire. Derbyshire stilton is made at Hartington (the smallest of the six makers of Stilton in the world).|
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