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Mould Ripened, Rind Washed
Raw Milk, Unpasteurised
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!
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.
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Categories: Sheep's Milk, Soft Cheese Tags: cheese, Cumbria, rind washed, sheep
Baron Bigod 250g
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.
Rhubarb, Apple & Fig Chutney
We love this light, fruity and sticky chutney in a sandwich, and it goes really well with most cheeses.Rhubarb, Fig & Apple Chutney is made exclusively for No2 Pound Street by the lovely Jim & Jules, based just up the road in Tring.
Mrs Kirkham’s Lancashire 250g
Mrs Kirkhams – Made by Graham Kirkham in Goosner, Lancashire Mrs Kirkham's Lancashire is a fantastic, a buttery finish and a flaky texture cows' milk cheese, with delightfully lactic flavour. Made on the Beesley Farm in Lancashire to the same recipe Mrs Kirkham first made it in 1978, though the cheese today is now made by Graham Kirkham, her son. This is the only Lancashire still made with unpasteurised cows' milk and hence the only Lancashire you should ever buy.
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.
Cake of Cheese taster box ~ Boddington
Before you decide, why not treat yourselves to a taster box featuring these cheeses, ideal for 2 people.Truly adorable celebration cake made with sheep's milk cheeseAveline ~ soft sheep's milk elegant and sweet with a cute holeLanark Blue ~ sheep's milk blue reminiscent of RoquefortEnglish Pecorino ~ Supreme champion in the British Cheese awards this cheese is outstanding, sweet and nutty!Options available include and we will follow up your purchase to see which you might likeLabels for your cheese Cheese menu Hand made cheese board, with or without engraving Crackers Chutney Delivery Set up and decoration (within local area) Extra cheese for your guests to enjoy.
Bottle of Wine, Cheese & Crackers
Let us select a great bottle of white or red wine and a couple of cheeses with crackers.Please note image is display only and products may vary.If you have any preferences/allergies please add a note at checkout.
Pitchfork Cheddar 250g
Pitchfork – Made by Trethowen Brothers near Weston Super Mare, SomersetThis cheese is first class picked by our Head of Cheese, James (World Cheese Judge) at the World Cheese Awards in Bergamo. It went on to become Englands best cheese 2019. As a result It is often in short supply, so, get it while you can! It’s flavour has savoury tones, is well balanced by bright acidity and hints of tropical fruit. It has a long lasting tangy finish. This works well with our handmade chutney and a good cider.
Montgomery Cheddar 250g
Montgomery – Made by Jamie Montgomery in North Cadbury, SomersetMontgomery cheese has been made within the Montgomery family for over 70 years and great pains are made to ensure that the recipe and quality of the cheese remain the same. So committed to the original production methods, Montgomery Cheddar still uses the traditional source of enzymes used to start the curd, calf rennet – which is one of the reasons why the Montgomery Cheddar Cheese has such character.