The history of soft cheese

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Baron Bigod 1kg round

£35.00
Baron Bigod - Made by Jonny & Dulcie Cricklemore in Bungay, SulfolkTreat yourself to a whole, full-sized Baron Bigod. The only traditionally made, Brie-de-Meaux style cheese produced in the UK. Small batches are made in the early morning using fresh, warm cows’ milk from Fen Farm’s own herd of Montbéliarde cows in Suffolk. All the curds are hand-ladled into large brie moulds and then salted by hand and aged for up to 8 weeks.The flavour of the cheese changes with the seasons, with mushroomy and farmyard notes under the rind and occasional hints of citrus or truffle flavours. With full provenance from cow to cheese, this is a true artisan cheese and the raw milk provides for exceptional taste and quality.

St James

£12.50
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.

Sinodun Hill

£11.95
Sinodun Hill – Made by Frazer Norton & Rachel Yarrow in Oxfordshire The initial make process takes place over 4 days after which it is ripened for up to 21 days to develop the rind and bring out complexity in the  flavour and texture. The rennet is vegetarian, derived from the cardoon thistle. The result is a flavoursome cheese with a fresh, citrus flavour which deepens as it ages to reveal almond and red fruit notes. Its rind is a stunning ivory colour and seasonally develops a dusting of blue and grey moulds as it ages, which add to the flavour and character of the cheese.

Driftwood

£10.50
Driftwood Made by Roger Longman in Whitelake, SomersetAs it’s age increases, Driftwood develops more intense & tangy flavours and can e enjoyed both young and mature. Driftwood is just one of a number of goats milk cheese made by Roger who is an expert in this field

Tor

£9.95
A perfect goat's milk cheese, produced in Somerset by Whitelakes Cheese.Unpasteurised, vegetarian.

Brightwell Ash

£8.95
Brightwell Ash is a carefully produced, deliciously light goats cheese rolled in ash with citrusy flavours. Made by Fraser Norton and Rachel Yarrow on the Earth Trust Farm in Shillingford in South Oxfordshire. They use pasteurised goats' milk from their own herd and also from a second local herd grazed near Steventon. Traditional french goats cheese making methods are followed but the milk gives the cheese an Oxfordshire flavour. With a silky texture, Brightwell Ash is a lighter goats cheese and is made with traditional animal rennet. The rind develops natural moulding on the ash coating which add to the flavour and character of the cheese. We recommend serving with charcoal crackers or chopped in a salad, but many of our customers like to simply eat it on a nice piece of bread.

Baron Bigod 250g

£8.75
Baron Bigod - Made by Jonny & Dulcie Cricklemore in Bungay, SulfolkThe only traditionally made, Brie-de-Meaux style cheese produced in the UK. Small batches are made in the early morning using fresh, warm cows’ milk from Fen Farm’s own herd of Montbéliarde cows in Suffolk. All the curds are hand-ladled into large brie moulds and then salted by hand and aged for up to 8 weeks.The flavour of the cheese changes with the seasons, with mushroomy and farmyard notes under the rind and occasional hints of citrus or truffle flavours. With full provenance from cow to cheese, this is a true artisan cheese and the raw milk provides for exceptional taste and quality.

Minger

£7.95
Coming from the highlands of scotland Minger is an orange annatto washed rind with a deliciously oozy, creamy paste, mildly nutty and lemony, hinting at flavours of the farmyard but becoming decadently pungent and runny when ripe. According to the makers "A Minger should ming"!

St Jude

£7.50

St JudeMade by Julie Cheyney in Bungay, Sulfolk                                                                                            

A lactic style cheese with a wrinkled, mould ripened rind & a smooth paste. Usually eaten between 2-5 weeks old. St. Jude develops from a young, fresh & creamy cheese to more complex flavour leaning towards a buttery, vegetal & grassy profile in the winter when the cows are out to pasture.

Bix

£6.95
Bix – Made by Rose Grimmond in Oxfordshire Superb soft cheese made with an extra helping of cream. It is