Brighton Blue

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Brighton Blue
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Country of origin England
Region, town

region surrounding

Brighton and Hove
Source of milk cow's
Texture Semi-hard

Brighton Blue is a blue cheese made in Sussex, England. It is named after the city of Brighton in East Sussex.

Brighton Blue is made from cow's milk,only by the High Weald Dairy in Horsted Keynes, West Sussex.[1] It has a semi-soft texture.[1][2] It is yellow, with blue veins.[2] The rind is edible.[3]

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