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Hafod (pronounced Havod) is an unpasteurised Cheddar made by hand with milk from the herd of 65 Ayrshire cows at the Holden Farm Dairy on Bwlchwernen Fawr, Wales’ longest certified organic dairy farm. Hafod has a rich texture and a complex and earthy taste with a subtle sharpness.
The Hafod recipe was developed by Sam and Rachel Holden in 2005 after they were inspired by a recipe from Dora Saker’s 1917 book ‘Practical Cheddar Cheese-making’. The Ayrshire cows on the farm produce a milk that’s perfect for high quality cheese making due to its rich and buttery texture.