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Always a great range of cheeses you can taste, I always leave with something! The milkshakes there are really good too, would recommend the caramel flavoured one. You can see where it is all made and people creating cheese too. View from on the hill...More
We stopped in to this family run diary on our way to Victor Habour to get some treats for our 2 nights away. We were lucky enough to be there when the Cheddar was being handmade in the diary factory. The amazing Rebecca (3rd generation...More
The products were nice it appears. But. The service by staff member was dead. Wasnt even busy at the time. Wont recommend thus place unless u just want to buy product. Pity. Such a nice surrounding with the jersey cows etc. Our experience was very...More
We had Devonshire tea here and tasted their cheeses too. The cream that came with the scones and home made jam was like clotted cream, it was yellow and so thick we could be decadent with it. YUM! I'm drooling just at the memory.
Chanced on this place by accident. A lovely little place selling a variety of home made cheeses. Feta, gouda, cheddar, pepato, romana to name a few. Got a cheese platter for 4 people and though it took time to arrive when it did it was...More
We visited Alexandrina Cheese in February, 2016.
We tasted some cheese, had a lovely slice of cheesecake and tea with beautiful, local, full cream milk.
Prices were reasonable and a beautiful location. Well worth a visit!
Open from 12-5 but they stopped serving cheese platters at 4. The lady still gave us a taste test & info about the process. Lovely relaxing outlook but get there earlier to view them making the cheese & to enjoy a platter with coffee.