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Baron hopes Oxford Blue cheese change will not be in “vein”

A new blue cheese will soon be made in Oxford, England… by a Frenchman!

Photo: Oxford Mail

Photo: Oxford Mail

“Oxford Blue cheese is to be made here in the county for the first time.

And its creator, a French-born baron, believes it could one day rival Stilton.

Almost 20 years after coming up with the idea for a soft and creamy English blue cheese, Robert Pouget – who prefers not to use his full title of Robert Pouget de Saint Victor – has at last been given the go-ahead to make Oxford Blue in the county of its name.

Mr Pouget, 74, said: “It’s thrilling news. After many years of looking for a suitable premises in the county and going backwards and forwards with planners, we have been granted permission to make Oxford Blue in a converted barn in Upton, just outside Burford.”

via Baron hopes Oxford Blue cheese change will not be in vein (From Oxford Mail).


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