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Cheese Tasting - Festival of Food & Drink

Join us for the annual Festival of Food and Drink held at Clumber Park, a National Trust property in north Nottinghamshire.

Katy Fenwick, dairy expert at the School, will share her wealth of knowledge of the cheesemaking process and explain the different flavours and tastes of artisan cheeses.

The session will last approximately 30-45 minutes.

PLEASE NOTE: Cheeses tasted on this course may be produced with raw milk and animal rennet, please contact us for details. The cost of this session does not include entry into the Festival of Food and Drink.


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Summary

Subjects: Cheesemaking, Special events

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