Cornish Country Larder’s Trevarrian Creamery wins six prizes, including two golds.
Cornish Country Larder’s Trevarrian Creamery is celebrating after its speciality cheeses were awarded six awards, including two golds, at this year’s World Cheese Awards.
The creamery, which is owned by dairy co-operative Milk Link, won gold for its St. Endellion Brie and St. Endellion Mini. It also won silver awards for its Cornish Character Brie, Chatel Mini, and Cornish Organic Brie. Its Gevrik Goats’ Cheese picked up a bronze award.
At what is the largest cheese competition in the world, Milk Link’s creameries excelled after competing against a huge 2,500 cheeses from countries around the world including France, Italy and the USA. Milk Link scooped an impressive 25 awards in various categories.
Earlier this month, Cornish Country Larder was awarded five prizes at the Taste of the West Awards, including golds for its Chatel cheese and “Duchy Originals” Organic Trevarrian Brie. The success tops off what has been an excellent awards season for Milk Link’s creameries, which have collectively clinched a total of 242 awards this year for their cheeses.
Commenting on the creamery’s success, Milk Link Chief Executive Neil Kennedy said: “We are thrilled that Milk Link’s cheeses have been recognized on a worldwide level. Cornish Country Larder have won six awards, including two golds, which is a huge achievement and a true reflection the hard work and dedication that goes in to making their cheese. Cornish Country Larder has excelled this year, and we’re looking forward to what 2012 will bring.”