DAIRY & CHEESE Supporting local farmers and artisan producers
Whether you’re looking for the freshest local milk, award winning Yorkshire cheese or artisan cheese from around the world, Dales of Malton will provide you with the best dairy products at the right price.
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Local Milk & Cheese
We’re committed to supporting local farmers and producers wherever possible, and source all our fresh milk directly from established local dairies in North Yorkshire.
As specialist cheese suppliers, we’ve got excellent relationships with independent cheese producers from across Yorkshire and around the UK. If you’d like us to source a particular kind of local cheese for you, our expert team will be more than happy to help.
In addition to offering a range of Yorkshire and British cheeses, we also have access to a fantastic range of cheese created by artisan producers from across the continent. We enjoy particularly strong links with a number of trusted suppliers in France.
Whatever your requirements, you can come to us in the confidence that we can quickly source and deliver the high quality cheese you want for your menu at a competitive price.
Brades Farm Barista Milk
'The Perfect Milk For Coffee'
Brades original barista milk is quiet simply the perfect milk for coffee. The quality is more consistent, the latte art holds for longer, and most importantly, the taste is our of this world. You've not tasted coffee until you've tasted coffee with Original Barista milk!
'Balance & Flavour'
The sweetness in milk comes from the butterfat, but the national average butterfat in UK milk is just 3.9%. Brades found the flavour of coffee can be improved considerably by upping the butterfat content of the milk. Jerseys can produce milk with as high as 6% butterfat, but milk this sweet can overpower senses, and so after many iterations, Brades found the sweet-spot at 4.5% butterfat.
Its the perfect balance of sweetness and flavour.
following work with leading Copenhagen-based coffee consultants, Brades can't to understand the role protein plays in the frothing of milk. Cows in the UK are bred to maximize yield at the expense of protein. Most dairies have no way to keep proportion of protein in their milk consistent. Baristas find consistent fluctuations in protein causes milk to perform unpredictably. Brades ensure there original Barista milk is always 3.6% protein, Which gives dependable consistency for beautiful latte art.