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Jannei Lidsdale is a semi-hard mature goat cheese made in summer months with summer milk. The cheddar styled cheese is hand made in a 3 kilo wheel and can develop very rich flavour if left to mature over 12 months. It can also be milder and tastier at 6 months old. It is usually about 8 to 12 months when sold.

We have been developing the Lidsdale every year from its conception. It”s actually the first cheese that Neil started on his cheese making journey  17 years ago. Serve Lidsdale at room temperature by taking out and arranging your platter one hour before serving. Once when the flavour was very robust we called it the Hill Billie Goat and as such it won a Silver in 2010. With this cheese you can have a complete platter of Jannei cheeses.

Sold in small vacuum sealed wedges 150gm to 200gm with a 8 week best before date.

Awards & achievements

2010 Silver Medal HBG Sydney Royal Cheese and Dairy Produce Show
2007 Bronze Medal Mudgee Fine Foods Awards
2006, 2003 Silver Medal Sydney Royal Cheese and Dairy Produce Show
2002 Gold Medal Sydney Royal Cheese and Dairy Produce Show
2000 Gold Medal Regent Good Living Awards

Nutrition information

Cheddar Chèvre PER SERVE 30gms PER 100gm
Average Energy 226kj 452kj
PROTIEN 15.2gms 30.5gm
Fat – Total 16.7gms 33.5gms
Saturated 12.3gms 24.6gms
Carbohydrate – Total 1.1gm 2.2gm
Sugars 1.1gm 2.2gm
Sodium 173mg 346mg

Additional information

Weight N/A

150gm, 300gm

1 review for Lidsdale

  1. Eugene Khoo

    This is another great cheese from Jannei. In response to the much-loved grana padano, Jannei has come out with a viable contender. Highlights of grass and subtle almonds, this is something to eat on its own or whenever you need a harder cheese for culinary application. It will not be unreasonable to negotiate for a whole wheel of cheese to be aged longer if these are your requirements, call Jannei and see. Farm visit 4 Mar 2016, Reviewed 6 Mar 2016.

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