Bonnet is a fantastic firm goats’ cheese made in Ayrshire, Scotland with milk from the dairy’s own herd of Swiss Saanan and Toggenburg goats. The name for this cheese comes from the local town of Stewarton ‘The Bonnet Toun’ as the mills there used to make bonnets for the army regiments.
Bonnet is a hard cheese with a beautifully smooth and creamy texture. It has a wonderfully nutty flavour and delicate sweetness.
Bonnet is aged for 6 to 10 months and is made with pasteurised goats’ milk and vegetarian rennet.
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