Bonnington Linn


Crumbly. Nutty. Zesty. 

Origin: Scotland, Lanarkshire

Style and Texture: Firm

Milk: Goat

Milk Treatment: Raw

Rennet: Traditional

Drinks: light-bodied white or red, craft ales, whisky

Complement with: onion marmalade, Adamson’s oatcakes

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Bonnington Linn is one of the newest cheeses from Errington Cheese, a highly acclaimed farmhouse cheesemaker based in Lanarkshire who also makes the famous Corra Linn.

Bonnington Linn is a firm cheddar-like cheese made by hand from raw milk of dairy goats using traditional rennet. Matured for a minimum of 4 months, but often closer a year, it’s got a crumbly but still moist texture with pleasant nutty lingering notes in its flavour and a fresh zingy after-taste.

Enjoy with light-bodied white red wines or craft ale.



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