Ticklemore cheese is a firm, pasteurised goat's milk cheese produced in Devon, in southwest England.
Ticklemore was originally created and made by Robin Congdon of Ticklemore Dairy. However, production now takes place at nearby Sharpham Farm, a decision that was made when Robin and business partner/cheeemaker Ben Harris decided to simplify the production in the cheese dairy.
Ticklemore is pressed flat by hand into a colander, which gives the cheese it's distinctive flattened sphere shape - almost like a flying saucer. Cheeses are dry salted at the end of production and matured for ten weeks.
Ticklemore is a firm-textured goat cheese with a crumbly center and a softer paste just under the rind. It is light, moist and delicate, with small "eyes," or holes.
Flavors are mild yet complex, with distinctive flavors of grass and mushrooms. There are fresh and milky tones that are both sweet and subtle.