So-called because this hard cow's milk cheese is washed and rubbed with perry, a cider made from pears, in this case the variety being 'Stinking Bishop'. The result is a pungent cheese with an almost buttery texture. This cheese has similarities to Munster. It is made with pastuerised milk from elegant Gloucester cows in Dymock in G|oucestershire. Don’t discard the rind as it is definitely edible. This was a Gold medal winner at 1994 British Cheese Awards and Bronze Medal winner at 1996 British Cheese Awards.