Quicke’s, a cheesemaker in Devon, in Southern England, specializes in Cheddar and Cheddar-style cheeses. It has just released a new one, the first it’s made from a mixture of cow and goat milk. It’s not called a Cheddar, though the curds are treated by Cheddaring; they are heated, drained, piled in the cheese vat and cut in slabs. The slabs are cut again, then sliced into strips, salted and formed into wheels. The new cheese, called Lady Prue, is aged six months and clothbound, for a pale, mild-mannered and buttery slab, with a light, herbaceous tang and a sweet hint of caramel. It was designed for the American market and is a good melter.

Quicke’s Lady Prue, $19.95 to $22.99 per pound, at some Whole Foods Markets.

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