This cheese is so perfect – it is the kind of cheese that can bring tears to your eyes. The exquisite soft centre is unlike anything else out there on the market today.
Their is only one way to eat Mont d’Or – and that is heated in the oven until the cheese becomes runny (usually no more than 15 minutes). This of course makes a superb starter and talking point. Here’s a great recipe!
This is the French and unpasteurised version of Vacherin Mont d’Or which is made just over the border in Switzerland. It is indescribably creamy and gorgeous with the unmistakable aroma of alpine milk.
Where’s it from?
This AOC Mont D’Or is affineured and distributed by Charles Hennart. Mont d’Or comes in an attractive wooden box.
Westcombe Dairy is one of the most important Cheddar producing dairies in the whole World. They manufacture an exceptional mature cheese from heart of Somerset. This is an artisan mature farmhouse cheddar made using traditional methods. The cheese is clothbound which gives it a fantastic earthy taste.
This is really good and full of rural influence! Totally hand-made and bursting with flavours.
Where’s it from? This is made by The Westcombe Dairy in Evercreech, Somerset. They tracked down respected professional cheese maker Bob Bramley who they head hunted from another cheddar business and a new era began at Westcombe Dairy.
With his help they have become devoted to traditional cheddar making. ‘Each cheese is a work of art,’ Tom enthuses, ‘The funny thing is there isn’t really a secret recipe. Making cheese is like making wine; everyday is a new vintage!’
This is a great selection of cheese slicers that we hand picked from many large and trusted UK retailers. Whether you are looking for big name brands like Sagaform or Brabantia or something from M&S that you know will be quality – then we are sure to have something to suit your needs.
This cheese is now world famous since it overtook Wensleydale as the cheese of choice in the Oscar winning “The Curse of the Were-Rabbit” (with Wallace and Gromit) – it was used to bring Wallace back from the dead.
Demand for the cheese subsequently rose by 500%. Stinking Bishop deserves to be famous for purely its own characteristics, the ‘Bishop’ is extremely Pongy! If you havent tried it yet then you must try it once!
What’s it taste like?
This is a wonderful cheese with a catchy name and one of our favourites. It has a soft texture and a strong taste, which isnt quite as pungent as the name would suggest but extremely tasty.
Here is a short video which gives you much more information on The Stinking Bishop.
This is a French farmhouse cheese, Banon comes uncooked and un pressed with a soft, fine, pale yellow centre. This is imported from Provence and made by the expert Jacques Hennart.
After an affinage of about two weeks the cheese is dipped in eau-de-vie, wrapped in chestnut leaves and tied with raffia. The leaves keep the young, slightly acidic cheese moist and impart a fresh vegetable flavour with a hint of wine.
This is a delightful cheese with a soft creamy texture, a slight tang, and a mild aroma of chestnut leaves.
Banon is quite mild in taste, soft and smooth. The cheese takes on the aroma and the colour from the chestnut leaf and gives the taste earthy tones.
This is similar to a quality Stilton but even creamier and great tasting all year round. If you’re a Blue Cheese fan this simply has to be tried! Bath Blue is a creamy, smooth blue cheese with beautiful evenly spaced blue veins and a characteristic clean aroma, all in all a classic blue veined cheese made on contract from the milk of other organic herds and matured by us in our traditional stone built ripening rooms.
It is made at Park Farm in Kelston, just outside Bath. Graham Padfield is a third-generation farmer, but the first in his family to make cheese: he started, back in 1993, with Bath Soft Cheese, and this is now the name of the company.
It’s not often a cheese is produced that is completely unique and utterly different from everything else, however Black-Eyed Susan is such a cheese.
The combination of peppercorns and jersey milk brie style cheese is totally amazing and the taste unexpected. One taste is enough to make this your new favourite ever cheese.
A richly creamy version of the ‘Goldilocks’ soft cheese that has been rolled in crushed peppercorns to produce this gorgeous crunchy textured and spicy tasting cheese from Somerset.
Organic pasteurised Jersey milk, by Godminster Vintage in Bruton, Somerset with milk from their own herd which is used and results in a delicious golden creamy cheese.
Oh, and it is named after a type of daisy! Black-Eyed Susan is a wrapped 150g circular whole cheese.
If you are looking for a gift for some one who loves cheese then this pair of unique Camembert branded items is sure to hit the spot!
Platter and Knife
This is a natural companion for cheese and fresh fruit. This porcelain platter feature a replica of a distinctive vintage Camembert label. Presented in a gift box.
Set Of Four Plates
These colourful plates are natural companions for cheese and fresh fruit. The porcelain plates feature replicas of four distinctive vintage Camembert labels. Presented in a gift box.
A fabulous selection of the best that Fudges biscuits has to offer – all ideal with cheese, whether it is for a quick nibble or to finish off the perfect dinner party.
There are four biscuits in this cheese selection pack:
Round Rosemary Biscuits are ideal for goat’s cheese, the creamiest brie, your favourite sour cream and chive dips together with olives>/li>
Oat Crackers are great with your favourite local, mature farmhouse Cheddar, a sweet onion marmalade, a coarse pate or chunky salsa dips.
Malted Wheat Biscuits are great with your number one Blue Cheese together with chutney, figs, walnuts and hazelnuts.
Harvester Seeded Half Flatbreads are perfect with the creamiest, warmed, melting Camembert and fresh, crisp and crunchy celery.
A bit about Fudges…
The team at Fudges are very lucky – they are able to spend most of their time doing what they love and enjoy – making some of the best foodie treats around!
Fudges was founded by Percy Fudge in 1926 and make the best, award winning savoury and sweet biscuits, delicious luxury cakes and indulgent treats to suit today’s tastes.
We have a great selection of books about cheese.
There is no other comprehensive list of books around!