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Raclette  More Info  Raclette Price: £12.00 The name Raclette derives from the French verb 'racler' which means 'to scrape'. Traditionally this cheese is melted on a spit, or today in a Raclette machine, and then scraped off with a knife to enjoy over new potatoes. But it ... more info
Reblochon  More Info  Reblochon Price: £15.00 Reblochon is unlike most cheeses from the mountains of the Savoie region, it is small and soft and enjoyed whilst still young. The name is derived from the French verb 'reblocher' which means 'to pinch the cow's udder ... more info
Rocchetta  More Info  Rocchetta Price: £9.95 This incredibly luscious cheese completely coats the tongue with all of its creamy glory. For a fresh cheese, it is packed with flavour because it is mixed with cow, ewe and goat's milk. These three combine to offer this cheese layers of flavour ... more info
Roquefort Vieux Berger  More Info  Roquefort Vieux Berger Price: £8.94 One of the oldest known cheeses, it is aged in moist, cool caves in the limestone mountains of southern France, and is the second most popular cheese in France after Comté. Alongside Stilton and Gorgonzola, Roquefort is one of the three ... more info
Saint Nectaire  More Info  Saint Nectaire Price: £7.00 From the Auvergne, this cheese was first given to Louis XIV by the Marechal de Senneterre. It is made from the rich milk of the Salers cows. It has a silky texture and full-flavoured spicy, walnut flavours. Try with Pinot Noir.
St Marcellin  More Info  St Marcellin Price: £6.00 This is a small cheese from the Dauphine region in Provence. The texture is soft, smooth, rich and creamy and the flavour is mild, and a bit salty. It makes a great cheese course before the pudding.
Stärnächäs  More Info  Stärnächäs Price: £6.75 This cheese has been made famous because of the person who lovingly looks after it, helping it to mature to it's upmost potential. WaloVon Mühlenen is the 5th generation of  his family to affineur cheeses. His family history with ... more info
Stichelton  More Info  Stichelton Price: £9.00 Randolph Hodgson from Neal's Yard Dairy wanted to bring back the traditional way of making Stilton using unpasteurised milk. He formed a partnership with Joe Schneider and they now produce this cheese that is named after the original village of ... more info
Stilton Pot  More Info  Stilton Pot Price: £15.95 This hand painted blue and white china pot from The Fine Cheese Company will look beautiful in your kitchen year round, making it the ideal gift. The stilton inside the pot is hand made in Nottinghamshire and has a creamy texture with complex ... more info
Stinking Bishop  More Info  Stinking Bishop Price: £15.00 Made in Gloucester by Charles Martell, it has a pungent aroma, with a rich savoury flavour that is not as strong as its odour. Curds are washed in perry made from a variety of pear called Stinking Bishop. Like Vacherin Mont d'Or, the curds are ... more info
Stracchino
Stracchino Price: £4.60 Sweet and full bodied,slightly acidic with a hints of yogurt and milk
Swiss Fruit Bread  More Info  Swiss Fruit Bread Price: £9.88 This flour-less 'bread' is the perfect accompaniment to hard Alpine-style cheeses. It is supplied from Switzerland by the cheese-makers Jumi who make our Cironé and Belper Knolle. This lovely long-lasting treat is packed full of dried ... more info
Taleggio  More Info  Taleggio Price: £6.00 Taleggio was created in the 11th century by families near Bergamo in Lombardy. It has lovely flavours of nuts and dried fruit, with barnyard aromas. The texture is so smooth that it almost melts in the mouth. Try heating it and stirring it into ... more info
Tete de Moine  More Info  Tete de Moine Price: £30.00 The name Tete de Moine means monk’s head in French. It was invented in the 12th Century by the monks of Bellelay Abbey in the Jura mountains of northwestern Switzerland. The monks taught the local farmers how to make it and they allegedly ... more info
Ticklemore  More Info  Ticklemore Price: £12.50 Named after a street in Totnes, this cheese was originally made by Robin Congdon who makes Beenleigh and Harbourne. This hard goat's milk cheese is now made by Debbie Mumford using milk from the same goats that Robin used when he made ... more info
Tunworth  More Info  Tunworth Price: £8.95 A Camembert-style cheese with uniquely British characteristics, made by Stacey Hedges and Charlotte Spruce in a village near Alton in Hampshire. The milk comes from Holstein cows and the taste of the cheese changes throughout the year depending on ... more info
Vacherin Mont d'Or  More Info  Vacherin Mont d'Or Price: £9.00 Only available between September and May, it is wrapped in spruce bark which lends it a slightly resinous flavour. Though the flavour is not strong, it is complex and substantial. It has a lovely crumpled texture on the top and is soft and bulging ... more info
Valencay  More Info  Valencay Price: £7.95 Central France. Napolean sliced the top off the cheese in a fit of fury.  Nutty, slighty earthy and acidic. Typical of the region.
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