An English cheese, created by Lady Angus in Gloucestershire, pyramid shaped and dusted in oak ash and salt.

Cerney was named by Lady Angus after the picturesque village of Cerney where the cheeses are made.

This cheese, of unpasteurised goat's milk, has a mild citrussy flavour and is said to be similar to the French fromage frais. Cerney is available in a short range of varieties, including the original ash and salt, smoked, pepper, and ginger.

Cerney is ripe in seven to ten days, and has a fat content of 43%

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