Blue Cheshire, penetrated by mould during aging has a beautiful golden interior tinted with blue veins. It is distinctively crumbly, creamy and rich, with mellow piquant notes, but milder in flavour compared to Stilton. Blue Cheshire has not been widely produced since the 1990’s but recent demand for the cheese has spurred a revival. Delicious on a ploughman’s melted over field mushrooms or steak, blended in a sauce or simply served with fresh bread.
£2.10 per 100g
A distinctively crumbly, creamy and rich, with mellow piquant notes.
|Country Of Origin||England|
|Strength Of Cheese||Medium|
|Style Of Cheese||Soft Blue|