Castleford cheesemonger launch new cheese

A West Yorkshire based cheesemongers have launched a unique new cheese – washed with the finest Yorkshire produced gin!

Family run Cryer & Stott, from Castleford launched Endeavour at the Great Yorkshire Show, where it was also awarded a silver prize in their prestigious Dairy class.

Made using cow’s milk and then washed in Mason’s Yorkshire Tea Gin, which is produced in the market town on Bedale, North Yorkshire, the company believe it to be the only cheese in the world to be produced using the spirit.

The firm settled on the name Endeavour after Captain Cooks famous ship which was anchored off Botany Bay, hence the botanical connection, and subsequently then sunk in the American war of independence and famous the Boston tea party, hence the Yorkshire Tea edition of the gin being used.

Richard Holmes, Managing Director of Cryer and Stott said: “We’re really thrilled that our Endeavour cheese has been recognised in the Great Yorkshire Show Dairy Awards.  This cheese highlights Cryer & Stott’s ability and innovation and it’s been a great team effort from planning and testing through to the final launch.

Endeavour has already been making waves amongst cheese enthusiast with it appearing on the menu at the Michelin starred The Star Inn at Harome.  For more information and where to buy visit their website