Blue Cheese Selection
For the blue-cheese lover, these four are all outstanding but distinctly different, including sweet, mineral and flinty Devon Blue, the soft blue Brie, Cote Hill, powerful Biggar Blue and Young Buck, perfect alternative to Stilton.
This blue cheese selection box includes:
Devon Blue. Pasteurised cows’ milk, vegetarian. 210g.
Devon Blue was one of the first modern British blue cheeses, created by Robin Congdon in the 1970s. Unpressed, French-style, it is sold by The Courtyard Dairy at four months old, when it is flinty, minerally and light with a subtle blue taste.
Cote Hill Blue. Unpasteurised cows’ milk, vegetarian. 290g.
With the price of wholesale milk falling, the Davenports took a short course in cheese making and invented Britain’s first unpasteurised soft blue: Cote Hill Blue.
Biggar Blue. Unpasteurised goats’ milk, vegetarian. 250g. This cheese can easily be replaced with another non-goat blue if you’d prefer; just add that as a note to the special instructions at checkout.
Based loosely on a Roquefort recipe, it has a powerful flavour with a floral note to accompany the blue. This comes from the richness of the milk from the goats feeding on the unforgiving mountainside close to Edinburgh.
Young Buck Blue. Unpasteurised cows’ milk. 250g.
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.