List of English cheeses
This is a list of cheeses in English cuisine. Over 700 diverse varieties of cheese are produced in England. 14 English cheeses are classified as Protected designation of origin.
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- Applewood cheese
- Ashdown Foresters
- Beacon Fell Traditional Lancashire Cheese
- Beenleigh Blue cheese
- Blue Stilton
- Bowland cheese
- Brighton Blue
- Buxton Blue – a blue cheese that is a close relative of Blue Stilton, is made from cow's milk, and is lightly veined with a deep russet colouring.
- Cornish Yarg
- Dorset Blue Vinney
- Dorset Drum
- Dovedale cheese – from the Peak District of England
- Duddleswell cheese
- Fine Fettle Yorkshire
- Harbourne Blue
- Lincolnshire Poacher cheese
- Little Derby
- Lymeswold cheese
- Marble cheese
- Newport 1665 – an artisan, unpasteurised cow's milk cheese from Mr Moyden's Grove Farm at Newport, Shropshire.
- Norbury Blue
- Parlick Fell cheese
- Red Leicester
- Red Windsor
- Sage Derby
- Shropshire Blue
- Stilton – a Protected designation of origin cheese that is produced in two varieties: Blue known for its characteristic strong smell and taste, and the lesser-known White.
- Stinking Bishop
- Suffolk GOld
- Sussex Slipcote
- Waterloo cheese – a semi-soft, off-white cheese originating from the Duke of Wellington's estate.
- Wensleydale – originally produced in Wensleydale, North Yorkshire, England, but now mostly made in large commercial creameries throughout the U.K.
- Wrekin White
Main article: List of Cornish cheeses
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