Elrick Log is produced in Lanarkshire, Scotland and is named after nearby village Esrickle. It is a traditional, hand ladled goat’s cheese that is slowly acidified overnight. It’s creation was inspired by the French Charente Poitou styles of cheese.
Elrick Log is a semi soft, fresh and lactic goats’ cheese rolled in ash with a white, fluffy mould over the outside. This cheese has a crumbly and smooth texture and a slight citrusy flavour that becomes richer and more herbaceous with age.
This cheese is made with raw goats’ milk and traditional rennet.
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