Quality has declined
I used to like this cheese but recently it’s become incredibly dry and brittle.
Weirdest texture ever - is it really goat cheese?
It's plastic!! The weirdest texture I ever experienced with cheese. It looks like a block of glue. The taste is fine but the texture ruins all.
St. Helens GOATS CHEESE
Really nice, mild. For people who don’t want a ‘bite your head off’ cheese. Good for someone who wants only a small amount of cheese without allergy problems. Makes good cheese on toast- sourdough of course.
This cheese has a great flavour and is an excellen
This cheese has a great flavour and is an excellent alternative to cows milk cheese. - It is very moreish. My daughter eats it due to her allergies, but I eat it simply because I enjoy the flavour.
Dreadful welfare records
Since reading reports of the appalling conditions on St Helen's Goat farms, I will never buy this product again.
I used to buy this all the time for the flavourful
I used to buy this all the time for the flavourful creamy taste and crumbly texture, but they changed something about it and now the texture is hard and waxy like cheddar, and the taste is barely there. Felt like chewing on rubber... not going to buy it again.
Not as good as it used to be
This has been my favourite hard goat cheese but since they've changed the packaging the cheese is different, less flavour & a waxy texture. Not as good so will avoid in future.
We use it on everything
We started using it as my son had problems with cows cheese but now everyone uses it on everything from sandwiches to crackers to pasta. We sometimes buy the mature elsewhere but it's not available at Tesco