Rachel Cheese

A delicious washed rind goats cheese with a well rounded flavour. Named after one of the cheese makers friends who was “sweet, curvy and slightly nutty”! Matured for 12 weeks to allows the taste to develop 


Quantity: 100g

Quantity: 100g

Ingredients: Cheese; Milk (Cow, Goat, Buffalo or Ewe’s Milk), Salt, Starter Culture, Bacteria, Rennet, Annatto. Decoration may contain Fruit, Nuts and Foliage.

For allergens, please see ingredients.

Product Description

Rachel is a British goats’ cheese at its absolute best! Winner of multiple awards, it is a hard, nutty goats’ cheese made in Somserset by White Lake Cheese.

Rachel is washed in a brine solution which creates its orange exterior mottled with yellow. Underneath the cheese’s rind lies a mellow, sweet yet decidedly nutty paste. Rachel is named after a girlfriend of its previous cheesemaker as (apparently) the cheese is like its namesake, sweet, curvy and slightly nutty!

The cheeses are matured for several months, during which time their rind is washed in a brine solution. This creates the orange/red rinded cheese that we can see on each cheese. Underneath the cheese’s washed rind lies a mellow, sweet yet decidedly nutty paste. It is incredibly more-ish and it is one of our most popular goats milk cheeses.

White Lake Cheese began producing cheeses in 2004. They are one of the most successful artisan cheesemakers in the UK with almost all of their cheeses scooping awards. They are the first (and only) cheesemakers to have won the title of Supreme Champion at the British Cheese Awards on three consecutive years with three different cheeses. 

All of the milk used for their goats’ cheeses comes from their own herd of Toggenburg, British Alpine and Saanen goats. The goats get fed a special diet designed to keep them (and their milk) in tiptop condition. Alongside keeping their goats happy, White Lake are busy making sure that their dairy is as environmentally friendly as possible. They have installed solar panels wherever possible and are beginning to grow their own fuel for their boiler.