Westray Wife has a smooth texture with a rich, salty taste and hints of hay meadows. It is similar in style to Alpine cheeses like Raclette and Morbier, lending itself well to melting over potatoes as well as complementing the more traditional Scottish cheeses. d, before a stunningly long aftertaste. Jason and Nina Wilson move from South Africa to Orkney to begin making cheese quite recently and their organically farmed herd of Ayrshire cattle graze on a species rich pasture – resulting in a complex flavour. The Cheese is named after an ancient figurine of a woman found on the island of Westray that is thought to be 5000 years old.
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