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Modern British Selection

Price £40.00

We have a long history of making some of the world's finest cheeses here in the UK, and there are new ones being created all the time! Order this box to try some of our current favourites.

 

Innes Log OR Stawley  Whole cheese

Old Winchester   200g

Perl Las   200g

St Jude    Whole cheese

Berkswell   200g

 

The cheeses in the photo are by way of example only and may not represent the cheeses in the selection. If we do not have a particular cheese in stock then we will substitute with a suitable alternative.

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