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Lymeswold cheese was a UK cheese variety. Many British cheeses are names after regions of the UK, however Lymeswold is not the name of a place. The cheese was a soft, mild cheese, much like Brie, and was inspired by French cheeses. It was similar to non-branded cheeses sold as Blue Brie.
For the export market, the cheese was renamed Westminster Blue, because people had difficulty pronouncing Lymeswold.
The cheese was a flop and was withdrawn from sale in the early 90s.
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