Highland fine cheeses
Passionately created in Tain, Highland Fine Cheeses came to life on Blarliath Farm – amounting to some 80 acres running along the coast of the Dornoch Firth and to the west of Tain.
Reggie and Susannah Stone ran their micro dairy with 14 Dairy Shorthorn cows and a vicious, depressive bull called Geordie who occasionally lifted the gate and set off into Tain for a little fun.
The cheese making all began by accident when Reggie complained that no one made Crowdie anymore, Susannah suggested she could and set about souring a 10 gallon churn of milk. However 10 gallons of milk became a stone of crowdie – a little more than Reggie had planned on.
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Highland Fine Cheeses Ltd
Shore Road, Tain