Cornish clotted cream is one of the few British foods to have been awarded a Protected Designation of Origin, and the Rodda family has been producing fine Cornish clotted cream since 1890. Available on line from their website, along with butter, pouring cream, creme fraiche, clotted cream fudge, and clotted cream shortbread biscuits.
Rodda’s also sell fresh Cornish milk from 113 dairy farms located within 30 miles of the bottling plant.
Cornish Clotted Cream
In 1890 Rodda’s great-great-grandmother started making Cornish clotted cream in her farmhouse kitchen here in the heart of Cornwall. Over 120 years on, they’re still crafting it the same way, by gently baking rich local cream until it’s thick, unctuous and thoroughly dollopable.
A perfect partner to all manner of puds, from apple strudel to strawberry jelly.
The perfect accompaniment to a good old-fashioned pud. It’s perfect for spooning over warm winter pies and crumbles or paired with a fruit compote for a lighter pud.
Perfect for cooking all sorts of lovely things from stroganoffs to pasta dishes.
Clotted Cream Fudge
Cornish fudge flavoured with Rodda’s famous clotted cream and packed in a tin churn.
Made with over 7% Rodda’s Clotted Cream and presented in a tin milk churn.
An authentic farmhouse butter like butter used to be: rich, golden and beautifully marbled. But then that’s no big surprise, as they craft it the same way great-great-grandmother did all those years ago: by taking wonderful local milk, churning it the old fashioned way, then patting and wrapping it by hand.
After over 120 years of using the fabulously luxurious milk of west Cornwall to make their unctuous clotted cream Rodda’s recently decided to bottle the milk as well!