Sweet & Nutty Inglewhite
Butler’s Farmhouse Cheese is owned and operated by three generations of the Butler Family. Cheeses are produced at a creamery in Inglewhite village in Lancashire, and the cow and goat milk used in production is sourced from several farms adjacent to the creamery.
The goat’s milk used in the production of Inglewhite Sweet & Nutty is delivered fresh to the creamery each day from Throstle Nest Goats Farm, located a few miles down the road and managed by Nicola Butler. Nicola farms the family’s herd of 1,000 goats, breeding and raising them from birth.
Cheesemaker Tim Fisher is responsible for the production of Sweet & Nutty Inglewhite, and at an age of 4-6 months, cheese grader Bill Yates selects only the best batches to sell.
Snow-white and firm, with a sweet, rich and nutty taste, Sweet & Nutty Inglewhite is great for slicing, grating or melting, and it glows on a cheese plate.
Pair it with figs and a dessert wine.