caboc


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caboc

(ˈkæbək)
n
a Scottish cheese made with double cream and rolled in toasted oatmeal
[C15: from Gaelic cabag cheese]
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AIt sounds like caboc, which is butter like and you get a variety that is rolled in pinhead oatmeal.
The main feature - the cheese - was very good (a nice wee bit of Mull cheddar and a lovely soft variety called Caboc which was rolled in oatmeal) but the sundry items - the oatcakes - were the appalling supermarket type that could easily double as coasters.
It also handles the marketing and distribution for some of the country's smaller producers, like the Inverloch Cheese Co of Campeltown, Kintyre and Highland Fine Cheeses of Tain, Rosshire, whose artisan cheesemaker Ruaraidh Stone produces local specialities such as Crowdie, Caboc Gruth Dhu and Hramsa.