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A cheese of the Devon region, Sharpam is brie-like soft and made of Jersey cow's milk. The cheese is unrennetted and therefore vegetarian.

In production, the Jersey milk is hand ladled and is said to be as thick as clotted cream. Sharpam is matured for six to eight weeks before consumption, and reaches the cheese lover with a respectable fat content of 45%

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