World-class, lo­cal good­ness

The Glengarry News - Glengarry Supplement - - Holiday Planner and Gift Guide -

Peo­ple know if they want to buy lo­cal, and get award-win­ning cheese, Glen­garry Fine Cheese in Lan­caster is a must-stop on their shop­ping itin­er­ary.

Asked which prod­uct she prefers, cheese­maker Mar­garet Peters Morris selects “a piece of in­ter­na­tional award-win­ning cheese made in our very own Glen­garry county, named Lankaaster.”

The most favoured prod­ucts are the Lankaaster, Celtic Re­serve and Fleur en Lait. “We are also re­leas­ing each Christ­mas special cave-aged Ched­dar also made in our plant,” she adds.

“Con­sumers do like to have choices and to be able to find such es­teemed prod­ucts made right in your re­gion can re­ally con­vey pride in gift-giv­ing,” she note.

“Shop­ping lo­cally keeps our area vi­brant and eco­nom­i­cally strong; it is great for everybody.”

Spe­cial­iz­ing in ar­ti­san-style cheese from cow and goat milk, Glen­garry Fine Cheese is lo­cated just north of the vil­lage of Lan­caster.

“We man­u­fac­ture our cheese on lo­ca­tion, to ex­act­ing stan­dards of care. This re­sults in de­li­cious, fine cheese that is un­like any­thing you've ever tasted!”

Glen­garry Fine Cheese is sit­u­ated on the farm of Mar­garet Peters Morris’ fam­ily an­ces­tral lands.

Mrs. Peters Morris be­gan mak­ing cheese from farm milk back in the early 1990s.

The in­clu­sion of a cheese-mak­ing fa­cil­ity was a nat­u­ral ad­di­tion to the cheese sup­ply busi­ness she started in 1995.

Cheeses are aged in Euro­pean-de­signed ag­ing rooms that pro­vide the am­biance that de­velop their mouth-wa­ter­ing fin­ish in their own time.

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