St Jude – Made 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.
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Raw Milk, Unpasteurised
Sparkenhoe Blue Shropshire 250g
Sparkenhoe Shropshire Blue – Made by Will Clark in LeicestershireJo and David Clarke have built an enviable reputation for making the only raw milk, clothbound, farmhouse Red Leicester in the UK. Now their son, Will, has returned to the family farm to take up the challenge of making the UK’s only raw milk Shropshire Blue. Will makes this to the same recipe as his Sparkenhoe Blue, but adds annatto to the milk, just as they do for their Sparkenhoe Red Leicester. This gives the cheese its glorious colour. The paste ranges from a blush, peach tone to a deeper hue next to the blue veins, as the curd begins to break down. The taste is buttery and mellow with a gentle spice to finish.
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.
Hafod – Made by the Holden Family in WalesThe recipe for the cheese originated locally, from the late Dougal Campbell, a close friend of Patrick’s. Dougal learned to make cheese in the Swiss Alps before moving to West Wales in the early 1980s. Here he started making a cheese called T’yn Grug using milk from both his own herd and ours. Whilst doing so, Dougal trained a number of cheesemakers, including Simon Jones of Lincolnshire Poacher.
Sparkenhoe Vintage 250g
Sparkenhoe Vintage – Made by Jo & David Clark in LeicestershireA truly wow cheese with a completely unique taste. It is matured for 18 months by which time the salt crystals have started to re- form. The caramel flavours are more exaggerated and the overall flavour is strong without being acidic.
Keen’s Mature Cheddar 250g
Keen's have been producing cheddar in Somerset for five generations. Their mature cheddar is rich and buttery with a good strength. Maturation for at least 12months allows the flavour to develop into a stunning all round champion of British Cheese.Keen's mature cheddar is made with unpasteurised cows' milk from grass-fed cows and has a sweet, strong flavour.Available in 250g and multiples thereof. If you would like a bigger wedge for example 500g, please select 2 x 250g into the shopping basket and make a comment at checkout. Please note the later photographs in the gallery are of a 500g wedge; first photos show a 250g wedge
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.
Mrs Kirkham’s Lancashire 250g
Mrs Kirkhams – Made by Graham Kirkham in Goosner, Lancashire 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.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.
St Helena 300g
St Helena is a delicious rind washed, semi-soft cheese made by Julie Cheyney in Bungay Suffolk, using fresh, raw cows milk from her family's single herd of Montbéliarde cows. Made to a St Nectaire recipe and aged on rye straw mats, St. Helena is a sweet, dairy-first cheese with a hint of nuttiness and often a farmyard tang on the after-taste. Comparable to a French Tomme and brilliant for melting.