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Both Single and Double Gloucester cheeses’ names comes from the region in which they are traditionally produced: Gloucestershire, England.

Double Gloucester cheese boasts a flavor similar to Cheddar, but is sweeter and mellower with a texture that is slightly waxy and dense. Double Gloucester is aged for longer periods than its Single Gloucester counterpart, resulting in a semi-hard texture and gentle, tangy flavor. Double Gloucester adds wonderful flavor to poultry dishes and makes a great addition to a cheese plate.