We love Twitter for loads of reasons, but the most obvious to me recently has been the way in which it allows us to keep in touch with people who inspire us, people who support us and people who say lovely things about our cheese.
This tweet is from a neighbour, just over the mountain from us, who takes our whey for their beautiful Manglitza pigs.
— Stuart & Angela (@Mynyddmawrherd) July 7, 2013
We also love to hear things like this…
— Rosemary Moon (@moonbites) July 11, 2013
RT @cheesesofmyton: Gorwydd Caephilly my current cheese crush.Earthy rind,creamy interior followed by a chalkier middle.Salty,tart and…
— Trethowan's Dairy (@trethowansdairy) July 16, 2013
Drinking a cold glass a cider and a slab of very ripe Gorwydd Caerphilly on a very warm summer evening – life is not so bad!
— Simply Caws (@SimplyCaws) July 10, 2013
— Fromage Homage (@fromhomage) June 28, 2013
We like to keep tabs on each other
— Neal's Yard Dairy (@NealsYardDairy) July 6, 2013
and see what’s going on at Borough Market
Cheese and tennis updates! pic.twitter.com/NUXbkH0Jee
— Gorwydd at Borough (@GorwyddBorough) July 6, 2013
— Bell's Diner (@BellsDiner) June 5, 2013
— The Ethicurean (@TheEthicurean) March 27, 2013
We love it when people like Nigel Slater say things like this
@trethowansdairy You don't really need a recipe for Gorwydd. Just enjoy. One of the great cheeses of the world. Often cook with it tho.
— nigel slater (@NigelSlater) April 30, 2013
and when people like Elisabeth Luard describe our cheese as gorgeous
@Guyropegourmet just been to Gorwydd Caerphilly cheese-makers – family business, gorgeous cheese, home via Talbot in Tregaron. Perfect.
— Elisabeth Luard (@elisabethluard) July 3, 2013
and when Fiona Beckett comes up with great pairings for our cheese
— Fiona Beckett (@winematcher) April 21, 2013