Cote Hill Blue

£2.50 per 100g

A superb unpasteurised blue cheese made in Lincolnshire, similar in style to a soft textured blue brie, creamy with a definite sharpness and rich, complex flavours. The cheese is incased in a thin grey rind.

 

quarter
Approx. 275g
£7.75
half
Approx. 625g
£15.50
whole
Approx. 1.25kg
£31.25
Qty

Michael & Mary Davenport have been farming at Cote Hill Farm, Osgodby, in the heart of the Lincolnshire Wolds for over 30 years. Cote Hill Blue is hand-made on the farm by Michael & Mary and their sons Joe & Ross, with milk from of their 80 pedigree Friesian cows.

Cote Hill Blue is made from unpastuerised cows milk cheese taken directly from the cows to the cheese making rooms on the farm. Cote Hill Blue is a blue cheese that has a fine balance between rich creaminess and a peppery taste. Similar in style to a soft textured blue brie, creamy with a definite sharpness and complex flavours. The cheese matures from a lightly chalky centre to a soft runny texture. The moulds found on the natural rind help to develop the flavour of the cheese.

Please note all cheeses are hand cut, therefore the weights listed are approximate. We work very hard to cut them as accurately as we can!

 

Key Facts

Age 4 - 8 Weeks +
Country Of Origin England
Milk Type Cows
Organic No
Pasteurisation Unpasteurised
Region Osgoodby, Lincolnshire
Strength Of Cheese Medium
Style Of Cheese Blue
Vegetarian Yes

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