An interesting hard cheese in that it is made from a mixture of sheep's and cow's milk, Swaledale is named after the Swale River valley in England where it is produced.

The freshly made cheeses are soaked in brine, and then matured in high humidity cellars for a month.

Several varieties are made by the cheesemaker, David Reed: garlic, chives, apple mint, and plain. The fat content of Swaledale is 48%

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