Isle of Mull Cheese

The making of cheese on Scottish Islands has long been practised as a way of conserving the rich plentiful milk of spring and early summer, the grass is stimulated into luxuriant growth. The cows then have an abundance of herbage on which to graze. They show their appreciation by filling the milk pail, so giving to our island cheesemakers the opportunity of practising their ancient craft.

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This tradition is still very much alive on the Isle of Mull. At Sgriob-ruadh farm, close by the island's delightful and principal town of Tobermory, Isle of Mull Cheese is made.

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Isle of Mull Cheese
Sgriob-ruadh Farm
Isle of Mull
PA75 6QD