Collection: Hard Cheese

As the name suggests, hard cheese, is well... hard.

To produce hard cheese the whey is separating and draied before pressing the curd, which is then either brined to create a hard rind or waxed. 

Cheeses are aged for between 2 and 36 months, and in some cases even longer.

Aging determines the intensity of the flavour. A well-aged cheese will be more flavourful, less creamy and grainier in texture.