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Buffalo Mozzarella  More Info  Buffalo Mozzarella Price: £6.60 This is a soft cheese that oozes a milky liquid when cut. The flavour is mild, sweet and delicate. It's the perfect pizza topping and makes a refreshing addition to a salad.
Cabrales  More Info  Cabrales Price: £9.75 This Asturian cheese is famous for being amongst the strongest blue cheeses made. The blue striations tend to be throughout the cheese, an effect known as 'bluing out' the cheese. The texture and mouthfeel is dryer than many other blue ... more info
Camembert Au Lait Cru  More Info  Camembert Au Lait Cru Price: £6.55 From Normandy, this cheese is similar to Brie but with more prominent mushroom and truffle flavours and underlying notes of nuts and wood.  Pair with Pinot Noir and Gamay. You can find inspiration for cooking with Camembert Au Lait Cru here .
Cashel Blue  More Info  Cashel Blue Price: £7.25 Made in Tipperary, Ireland. It has a rich, mellow, creamy texture. It is marbled with nutty blue moulds and has a hint of sweet earthiness. This is one of the best blue cheeses for cooking and baking because it isn't very salty and it melts ... more info
Chaource  More Info  Chaource Price: £8.80 This is the Champagne region's most famous cheese. It has a luxurious texture and is often mistaken for a triple creme cheese but, in fact, is only double creme. It is rich with hints of mushrooms and has a melt-in-the-mouth texture. It was made ... more info
Colston Bassett Stilton  More Info  Colston Bassett Stilton Price: £6.50 The Colston Bassett Dairy is in Nottinghamshire. The dairy has sourced its milk from the same farms since 1913. It is one of the smallest dairies producing Stilton and the cheeses are matured for eight weeks, giving it a creamy, crumbly texture and ... more info
Comté 24 - 30 Months  More Info  Comté 24 - 30 Months Price: £10.55 This older version of Comté is affineured by Jean-Charles Arnaud in the Jura. The Arnaud family have been selecting and maturing cheeses traditionally for more than 100 years. They have won more gold medals than any other dairy in France. At ... more info
Cornish Kern  More Info  Cornish Kern Price: £8.35 As a World Cheese Supreme Champion, Kern (which means ’round’ in Cornish) has received global attention and praise. And we’re proud to say that, like Yarg, every single wheel comes from our small rural dairy near Truro. Originally ... more info
Cornish Yarg  More Info  Cornish Yarg Price: £8.15 This is a modern cheese made from a 17th century recipe which calls for the cheese to be wrapped in nettle leaves, adding drama to a cheese board. The name is the backwards spelling of the makers' surname: Gray.  It has a fresh, creamy ... more info
Coulommiers  More Info  Coulommiers Price: £7.57 Similar to Brie, but perhaps a bit more savoury. It has a lovely velvety rind which has mushroomy aromas. It is ideal for dinner parties as you can serve the whole cheese as one gorgeous statement cheese.  This cheese deserves Champagne, or a ... more info
Crottin de Chavignol  More Info  Crottin de Chavignol Price: £4.90 One of the most well-known of the French goat's milk cheeses, made in the Loire Valley. We tend to sell it when mature so the cheese is hard and dry with a sharp, slightly acidic flavour. It is very versitile and often grilled and added to a ... more info
Delice de Bourgogne  More Info  Delice de Bourgogne Price: £7.50 Délice de Bourgogne is a French cow's milk cheese from the Burgundy region of France. It was first created in 1975 by Jean Lincet at Fromagerie Lincet. It is a soft-ripened triple-cream cheese . The creamy texture results from the extra ... more info
Dorstone  More Info  Dorstone Price: £9.60 Handmade by Charlie Westhead and Haydn Roberts in Herefordshire. This very special little goat's cheese has a beautiful ash covered rind with mottled white mould, and a creamy almost mousse-like consistency. Perfect with Bacchus, or a vin ... more info
Durrus  More Info  Durrus Price: £8.70 This lovely washed-rind cheese has been made by hand by Jeffa Gill and her team since 1979. Currently our favourite of the Irish washed-rind cheeses, Durrus has full, meaty flavours when it is mature. Be sure and eat the rind on this cheese, or you ... more info
Elrick Log  More Info  Elrick Log Price: £11.95 Elrick Log is a young, soft, lactic goat's milk cheese that is rolled in ash before developing a thin mould rind. The texture is smooth, firm and little crumbly. The flavour is bright, lemony and has a hint of spiciness that will increase ... more info
Epoisses boite  More Info  Epoisses boite Price: £11.95 Epoisses is made in Burgundy. It has a tender texture, with a Marc de Bourgogne washed rind that turns deep apricot with a wrinkled finish. It has a balanced flavour and the juicy, rich, savoury notes are a rare treat. The aroma can be contained by ... more info
Fougerus  More Info  Fougerus Price: £5.88 Like many things in the world of cheese, Fourgerus was invented by accident. Robert Rouzaire was trying to perfect a new cheese and kept getting a flaw on the white rind. So he placed a dried fern on top during the maturing process, to hide the ... more info
Fourme d'Ambert  More Info  Fourme d'Ambert Price: £5.75 This cheese comes from the Auvergne region of France. It is sometimes referred to as the 'connoisseur's blue cheese' because it is not an aggressive-tasting blue cheese.  It has a firm, buttery, rich texture and quite a subtle ... more info
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