Cheesepalooza’s cheesemakers are moving on to aged cheeses:
Originally posted on Much To Do About Cheese:
We have all reached the point in Cheesepalooza where we have entered the land of making Aged Cheeses. Some of them will take several months to age before you will get a decent cheese, but others will be ready in a matter of weeks. One of those cheeses that I like to make that is ready sooner than later is the Caerphilly.
“Caerphilly is a hard, white cheese that originates in the area around the town of Caerphilly in Wales, although it is now also made in England, particularly in the South West and on the English border with Wales. It was not originally made in Caerphilly, but was sold at the market there, hence taking the town’s name.
Caerphilly is a light-coloured (almost white), crumbly cheese made from cow’s milk, and generally has a fat content of around 48%. It has a mild taste, with its most noticeable feature being a not unpleasant slightly sour tang.” – Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caerphilly_cheese