on orders over �35
�7.50 (UK Mainland)
Customers who bought this product also purchased...
|Camembert Au Lait CruPrice: £6.55From 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 .|
|Keen's CheddarPrice: £5.78The Keen family has farmed at Moorhayes since 1899 and is recognised as an Artisan Somerset Cheesemaker by the Slow Food movement. Keen's traditional cloth-bound Cheddar has a heavier texture than other Cheddars with a spicy, deep, almost ... more info|
|MorbierPrice: £4.88Originally made in the homes of the same dairy farmers who made Comté. During the winter the farmers needed to make a smaller cheese which would sustain them until spring, so they created Morbier. Both morning and evening milk was used, with ... more info|
|Saint NectairePrice: £6.88From 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.|
|CotherstonePrice: £5.47This lovely fresh cheese is made by Joan Cross in Barnard Castle, County Durham. The recipe was handed down from her grandmother who made this cheese for her family on their farm. Related to Wensleydale and Swaledale, it is a typical example of ... more info|
Villages Rodeo Pale AlePrice: £2.50Brewed in Deptford by Archie and Louis with Cascde, Ahtanhum and Magnum hops. 4.6% ABV, 330ml can.