Scottish Cheese Trail

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  • A customer tries a sample from the Highland Dairy cheese counter at Milton of Connage by Ardersier, Highlands
    The cheese counter at the Highland Dairy, Milton of Connage by Ardersier, Highlands
  • A selection of traditional Ayrshire Dunlop cheese
    A selection of traditional Ayrshire Dunlop cheese
  • Taking a sample from the maturing Isle of Mull cheddar wheels on a farm near Tobermory.
    Taking a sample from the maturing Isle of Mull cheddar wheels on Sgriob-Ruadh Farm Dairy Tobermory

Scotland is renowned for the quality of its cheeses and what better way to experience the delicious creations than by following the Scottish Cheese Trail?

Cheese lovers can create an itinerary to make their mouths water with the help of the Scottish Cheese Trail, which lists just some of the independent producers across the country. Many of the dairies welcome visitors for behind-the-scenes tours to see their delicacies being produced. Try the full-flavoured cheeses produced by the Island Smokery on Orkney and discover Whitmuir the Organic Place’s intriguing ‘edible and boozy hedge’ in West Linton.

Or visit the Kingdom of Fife's only farmhouse dairy and watch the cheese-making process firsthand from a special viewing gallery at the St Andrew's Farmhouse Cheese Company in Pittenweem.

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