The Charleston is a rich flavour some brie style cheese made from Jersey cow's milk sourced from Charleston in the Adelaide Hills.
Medals & Awards
|Silver Medal||2007 Sydney Royal Cheese & Dairy Show|
|Gold Medal||2010 Royal Queensland Food & Wine Show|
The Charleston is a rich flavoursome brie style cheese made from Jersey cow milk, sourced from the Adelaide Hills.
The unique flavour and development of the Charleston is influenced by the co-existence of different moulds on its surface. These moulds ripen the cheese from the outside to the centre over a period of about six weeks from the make date.
When the cheese is ripe it is soft and creamy in texture and develops rich complex “farm yard” and mushroom characters.
The Charleston is made in 110g, 500g and 1.2kg wheels. Larger size- the traditional 3.5kg Brie Wheels can be made to order needing a 4 week lead time.
The Charleston is ideally suited to the cheese plate with fresh bread and seasonal fruit. For full flavour and texture development, serve at room temperature.
You can determine the ripeness of the cheese by looking for softness all the way across its surface. Generally this occurs at 4-5 weeks from make date. The cheese will develop strong flavours and oozing custardy body.
As it ages the Charleston may develop some brownish spots on the outer surface. This is a natural part of its maturation. Should this occur you will notice that the flavours will be stronger and more distinctive.
|Origin||South Australia, Australia|
|Milk Source||Jersey Cow - local farm|
|Average Fat Content||45%|
|Form||110g, 500g & 1.2kg Wheels|