Charlie Westhead is one of the finest cheese makers in the UK. Daily they collect goats’ milk from Gloucestershire to make Dorstone (and Ragstone), which are based on classic French recipes. This involves pre-draining the long-set curd (which helps give it it’s light, fluffy texture) and lightly ashing the cheese to produce a dark grey rind.

One of Britain’s most outstanding goats’ milk cheeses, Dorstone has a mousse-like texture, a lemony-fresh flavour and just a hint of goat.