Facts About Ailsa Craig

  • Made from pasteurised goats milk
  • Originates from Stewarton In the East Ayrshire region of Scotland
  • It is named after the famous rock/Island in the Firth of Clyde.
  • It is a semi soft cheese with a creamy, goaty aroma with a creamy flavouring
  • It has no rind
  • Is pale white in colour
  • Is suitable for vegetarians
  • Is produced by Dunlop Dairy

The cheese named after the landmark island in the Firth of Clyde. Made from goats milk Ailsa Craig is a fluffy creamy cheese that has been shaped like the rock it is named after. Due to the softness of the cheese it easily melts in your mouth.

ailsa craig goats cheese

Image courtesy of their website http://www.dunlopdairy.co.uk/cheese.html