Spotlight on Bowland Cheese

Bowland cheese

Named after the Forest of Bowland, an area of outstanding natural beauty situated in the east of Lancashire, Bowland Cheese is a unique, creamy cheese made with apples, raisins and cinnamon.


Bowland Cheese was originally produced on a small scale by David Williams, using a recipe David’s great grandfather Thomas Williams made at Christmas.

With its popularity ever increasing, Bowland Cheese – which is suitable for vegetarians – is now produced on a much larger scale. David now owns a purpose-built blending unit and alongside Bowland, produces a range of flavour added cheeses such as Redwood and Red Hot Mex.

Perfect for use within the retail sector, this popular pasteurised cow’s milk cheese has a case size of 2 x 1.5kg and a shelf life of 84 days. Its sweet taste makes it a great dessert cheese or of course, it tastes great just on its own.

With an almost Christmas Cake like flavour – Bowland Cheese is often referred to as ‘the perfect festive cheese’. It is a great addition to any cheese board and goes hand in hand with a selection of crackers.

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