Blue Stilton Cheese
The history of stilton can be traced back to the early 18th century. It remains one of the World's best known and loved cheeses to this day.With its slightly open texture and creamy background it melts and crumbles easily and is one of the few cheeses that freezes well. Quintessentially English, Stilton has its own Trade Mark and is an EU protected Food Name. Stilton even has it's own National Week!
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Le Rustique Brie de Caractère
The indulgent Brie de Caractère from Le Rustique brings authenticity to your cheeseboard. As the cheese matures, its full-bodied flavour becomes more distinctive, and its texture acquires an irresistible lusciousness. Le Rustique is inspired from artisanal techniques and is the result of the passion and skill of master cheesemakers, ripened by expert cheesemakers and exudes authenticity, right down to its distinctive wood and gingham packaging
Manchego is a cheese made in La Mancha from the milk of Manchego sheep and is aged from between 60 days and 2 years. It has a firm, slightly oily, compact consistency and often contains small unevenly distributed air pockets. The cheese has a distinctive well developed flavour, which is not too strong, creamy with a mild piquancy and whilst consumed in Manchego since time immemorial is now rapidly becoming a firm favourite on the cheese boards in the UK. Manchego has protected status in the EU through a PDO.