Fowler’s Sage Derby
The first production of Sage Derby began in the seventeenth century in England. Sage Derby was initially only made for festive occasions such as harvest time and Christmas, but it is now available all year. Sage is a herb which aids digestion and was originally added to this cheese. If you like sage, you will enjoy this good farmhouse cheese, made in the West Midland by Fowlers, who can claim to be the oldest cheesemaking family in Britain; they were making Derby cheese in the Peak District in 1840. This cheese has a layer of real sage and is not at all like the green, marbled supermarket variety
Ingredients: Milk (Cow, Goat, Buffalo or Ewe’s Milk), Salt, Starter Culture, Rennet
For allergens, please see ingredients.