As featured in BBC Good Food Magazine & Sunday Times Style Magazine
A tempting selection of five cheeses each month with a minimum total weight of 1kg. Chosen from new discoveries or traditional favourites and selected to complement each other in style strength and flavour. Buy the pack individually as you wish each month. This pack makes a superb gift for cheese lovers. You will have the option to choose your delivery date within our delivery window and include a personal message as you proceed to the checkout. If any delivery date needs altering in the future, simply email us with the order reference number and we will take care of any changes. If you order more than one pack, the subsequent deliveries will be sent out around the same time each month.
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Petit Gres des Vosges Kirsch
Grès des Vosges is produced in the department of Lorraine in the north east of France known as the Alsace region. The cheese is matured in three stages, during each stage the cheeses are regularly washed in Kirsch (a cherry brandy of the region) which further intensifies the aroma and flavours of the cheese. The interior paste is white, smooth, rich and velvety, becoming yielding and unctuous with age. To finish the cheese is decorated with a sprig of fern.
Milktype: Cows Milk Style: Soft Strength: Medium - Strong
Region: Alsace France Pasteurised
Cave Aged Gruyere
A firm, smooth textured mountain cheese with excellent melting properties and rich, complex, spicy caramel flavours.The milk for this cheese is obtained from small-scale cooperative dairies in the Canton of Friboug. The cheeses are then ripened for up to 14 months in cool, humid sandstone caves.
Milktype: Cows Style: Firm Strength: Medium
Region: Switzerland Unpasteurised
Nuns of Caen
This is a full fat unpasteurised sheeps’ milk soft cheese made with vegetarian rennet and rind washed in ‘Owler - a pear spirit that is made and distilled on Charles Martells farm from the pears from his perry orchard. This cheese has a natural rind and may therefore carry spots of mould of varying interesting hues from time to time. It is only produced in small quantities due to the restricted and seasonal supplies of milk.
Milktype: Ewe Style: Soft Strength: Medium-Strong
Region: Gloucestershire England Unpasteurised Vegetarian
A soft, bloomy, handmade, brie style cheese made on the Holkham Estate in North Norfolk in small batches by Catherine Temple. Rich and buttery with a lactic finish. Award winners for operating Green Energy farming practices.
Milktype: Cow Style: Soft Strength: Medium
Region: Norfolk England Unpasteurised Vegetarian
A cave matured blue ewes milk cheese, with a natural rind, from Inglewhite in the Preston area - a possible Lancashire rival for Roquefort. This cheese has a sweet, nutty flavour which is off-set beautifully by the blueing of the cheese. Soft and creamy with fragrant flavours of hay meadows showing through on the finish
Milktype: Ewes Style: Blue Strength: Medium
Region: Inglewhite, Preston England Pasteurised Vegetarian