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CORNISH CLOTTED CREAM

a Spoonful of Wonderful.

what makes our cream so delicious?

Its the magical golden crust

Our Clotted Cream is silky, smooth and delicious. The cream is gently baked and this is where the magic happens, the crust starts to appear as the tastiest and richest bits rise to the top in the cooking process. Nothing beats breaking through the seal with a spoon to experience the smoothness of the cream below.

227g clotted cream
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THE PDO

protected designation of orgin

PDO stands for Protected Designation of Origin. It’s an award given by the European Commission, designed to protect traditional, regional foods against imitation. For chefs and lovers of fine foods, it’s a guarantee of quality and authenticity.

If you see the words ‘Cornish clotted cream’ on a label, you can be sure that the product inside has been made from our distinctively rich and creamy local milk (a product of Cornwall’s sea breezes, and subtropical climate) and with the traditional cooking method we’ve been using here in Cornwall for generations.

AVAILABLE SIZES

especially rich & delicate

40g clotted cream portion

40 g

40g clotted cream portion

56 g

113g cornish clotted cream

113 g

227g clotted cream

227 g

453g clotted cream

453 g

roddas 907g portion cream

907 g

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some fun facts about rodda's

The method for making Cornish clotted cream was traded with the Phoenicians when they came to Cornwall in 500BC in search of tin
The method for making Cornish clotted cream was traded with the Phoenicians when they came to Cornwall in 500BC in search of tin
The grass the cows feed on is high in beta-carotene – it’s this which makes our cream’s crust so golden. No additives needed!
Cornish clotted cream is made from 100% Cornish milk - a natural treat for you to enjoy.
All the milk that we use is produced within farms based within 30 miles of our creamery. This means that you can be assured that we only use the best quality of milk available.
The method for making Cornish clotted cream was traded with the Phoenicians when they came to Cornwall in 500BC in search of tin.
Cornish clotted cream is made by the traditional method of separating cream from milk and then gently baking it.
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