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New Caerphilly to debut at Conwy Feast.

cheesemaker Aled Rowland until he judges they are ready to leave.

He said: "It's made from a traditional recipe and, in fact, Bodnant is only one of just a handful using it in Wales.

"The wheels weigh in at three kilos each and are covered in a natural rind.

"Lots of cheeses are covered in a cheesecloth but we allow our Caerphilly to develop a wonderful ivory coloured rind."

As well as offering a variety of different cheeses each month, Bodnant's new Cheese Club will provide members with a newsletter, tasting notes and background information.

Dairy manager Debbie Leviseur is sure the Caerphilly will be a hit.

She said: "It's white, firm textured and crumbly and, while it comes from the same cheese family as Lancashire, its flavour

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Date:Oct 15, 2015
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