Lord of the Hundreds

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Lord of The Hundreds takes its name from Saxon times. The Lord, or 9th century tax collector for the king, controlled 100 parcels of land, and there remains to this day a monument to this practice at the farm where the cheese is made. Lord of the Hundreds is a superb English ewe's milk cheese that has much in common with an Italian Pecorino. The texture is grainy, and the cheese is aged to give it a real depth of flavour, while the delicate, rich milk leaves a creamy, sweet taste in the mouth. 

Notes : only available on pre order bases

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