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Word of mouth: Wildes Cheese, a London micro-dairy



Frontier Works, a small industrial estate down a side street in north London, is the last place you would expect to find a dairy. But tucked between a glassworks and a ceramics company is Philip Wilton, 50, a self-proclaimed \’urban cheesemaker’.

Wilton’s micro-dairy is no bigger than a garage. Its small hallway hosts a single sink and a fridge, and through some plastic drapes lies what he calls \’the cave system’ – a cold, dark room with a chilling unit where his artisan cheeses are left to mature.

via Word of mouth: Wildes Cheese, a London micro-dairy – Telegraph.


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