The Strathearn is a rennet set cheese made with pasteurised cow's milk. The cheeses are matured for 4 weeks and washed in a Glenturret single malt whisky flavoured brine, every other day. The rich, semi-soft texture contrasts very well with the flavoursome whisky washed rind.
Awarded a Gold Medal at the World Cheese Awards in November 2016, held in San Sebastian.
Best Speciality Cheese
Best Speciality Cheese from Scotland
Best Scottish Cheese
Lady Mary is a lactic cheese made from cow's milk. It has a fresh, lemon tang as well as subtle flavours of wild garlic and truffle, within a smooth, creamy texture. Matured for 3 days to 1 week, Lady Mary is flavoured with locally foraged wild garlic and Summer Harvest truffle infused rapeseed oil. It is named after a local beauty spot along the river Earn, where wild garlic grows abundantly. Made with pasteurised milk and vegetarian rennet.
The Wee Comrie, created November 2017, is a mellow cheese with a buttery taste and aroma. It has a natural rind formed after a 21 day maturing period.
As per our other cheeses, it is made with pasteurised milk and vegetarian rennet.
Recipient of a Bronze award at the Royal Highland 2018
Truffle Mary, especially for the Festive Season.
A soft lactic set, pasteurised cow's milk cheese, infused with truffles.
Strathearn Cheese Co. is a Scottish cheesemaking business started by Drew Watson and Pierre Leger, created in January 2016 and operating from the Cultybraggan camp (an old WWII prisoner of war camp) near Comrie in Perthshire, Scotland.
It is the vision of Drew and Pierre to produce exciting artisan cheeses in the heart of Strathearn, using local milk supplies and local flavours.
Have a question? Drew and Pierre are happy to hear from you. Please call us at 01764679901.
The strathearn Cheese team hard at work.
Brilliant video, courtesy of Fraser D Young
the Lady Mary's Bairns are smaller Lady Mary cheeses, topped with a variety of herbs & spices
New line January 2020
The Truffle Bairn
A wee cheese, with a layer of truffle. Find me at the Farmer's markets.