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Caerphilly (care-FILL-ee) is a Welch cheese from Dyfed.  Made from cow's milk it very rarely appears on the market.  

Characteristics: dry crust; ivory, dry(ish), and crumbly paste; creamy throughout; mild 'lemony' flavor.

A related cheese is T'yn Grug (Tin Greeg) is a grating cheese that is a sweet and earthy version of a good aged cheddar.

Llangloffan is a traditional unpasteurised full fat hard cheese.  It is rich, slightly dry, but very creamy in the mouth.

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by ATinNM on Tue May 23rd, 2006 at 08:49:57 PM EST
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