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Yorkshire Pecorino 250g

  Yorkshire Pecorino – Made by Mario Olinas in Otley, Leeds Yorkshire Pecorino Fiore is not rushed, they allow the ageing

Corra Linn 250g


It has a characteristic nutty flavour with sweet notes. Once pressed overnight it is rubbed with locally grown and refined rapeseed oil and wrapped in traditional muslin cheese cloth and matured for 4 months to a year. Best Scottish Cheese World Cheese Awards 2019.

St James

Produced in the stunning region of Cumbria, this cheese is like no other.  A rind washed sheep milk cheese with a savoury and brothy flavour.  This is perfect for a cheese board or why not give it a try in a fancy toastie!Sheep, unpasteurised.Sold in 250g, if you wish to buy larger quantities please add multiples at checkout ie 500 is 2 x 250g and pop a note in at checkout.

Aveline 150g

Aveline is a soft, white bloomed, raw ewes (sheep's) milk cheese made by Tim and Angela on Homewood farm in Ubley, Somerset. Named after Aveline's Hole, the oldest scientifically-dated burial grounds in Somerset. The purposeful hole, as well as a nod to the caves, provides a purposeful use allowing equal ripening of the cheese.As a raw milk cheese the flavour changes throughout the year, in the winter Aveline is very soft and milky tasting, while in the summer Aveline is stronger and firmer. Aveline is made with vegetarian rennet making it suitable for vegetarians and also those with lactose intolerance.Each invidually wrapped cheese is approximately 150g.Homewood cheeses specialise in unpasteurised, artisan ewes milk cheeses. Aveline makes a stunning centre piece, whether on a cheese board or as the very top layer of a celebration cake of cheese.

Lanark Blue 200g

Lanark Blue is a classic unpasteurised sheeps' milk blue cheese, with fudge, cream and mineral notes from the bolts of blue running through it. Sadly the original Lanarkshire Blue cheese recipes were lost post-Second World War, so when Selina and Andrew Cairns decided to revive cheese making in Lanarkshire, they had to go to France to learn from Roquefort cheese makers - bringing back blue cheese recipes and creating their own Scottish or Lanarkshire take on blue cheese.