Best of Britain Cheese Selection
This selection of farmhouse cheeses highlights the very best cheese that Britain can produce: pungent ‘washed-rind’, buttery-rich Cheddar, creamy and gooey Brie and, of course, a brilliant British blue.
Full details below.
This best of Britain cheese selection includes:
Washed -Stone. Unpasteurised cows’ milk. 250g.
Tom and Clare Noblet started to make cheese in 2015 on their dairy farm on the edge of the Lake District, creating a Dales-style cheese they called Fellstone. Washed-Stone is a variant on that –young Fellstones are washed repeatedly in brine to give the cheese an orange hue and more savoury flavour. [When Washed Stone is unavailable a similar, softer washed-rind cheese, Rollright, will be supplied.]
Hafod Cheddar. Unpasteurised cows’ milk, organic. 250g.
With only 65 Ayrshire cows providing the milk, this clothbound Cheddar is made to a very traditional recipe, giving a cheese that is buttery and smooth, with that special Cheddar tang.
Baron Bigod Brie. Unpasteurised cows’ milk. 250g.
Sold only when perfectly ripe, this modern creation is Britain’s first unpasteurised Brie to be made on the farm in traditional large (3 kg) form and ladled only by hand. The French will be jealous…
Young Buck. Unpasteurised cows’ milk. 250g.
An outstanding raw-milk blue cheese from Northern Ireland. An interesting take on a Stilton recipe, Young Buck cheese is traditionally made and hand-ladled to produce a rich, lingering flavour. An impressive debut cheese.
This product will have two weeks’ shelf life from the date of delivery.