This is a pretty classic mature cheddar from the Snowdonia Cheese Company with the delightfully hot addition of chilli in the shape of crushed chillies and pepper. Made by the Snowdonia Cheese company in Snowdonia, Wales.
Take us seriously when we say: ‘this is hot!’, we’ll only warn you the one time! This is a strong extra mature cheddar with chillis added to give a hot bite. This Red Leicester with will spice up your offering.
Red Devil comes as a 200g mini-truckle completely coated in red wax and is a 2006 World Cheese Award Silver Winner.
This Little Black Bomber flagship extra mature cheddar is a 2007 World Cheese Award Bronze winner, this select Extra Mature Cheddar is the flagship product of the range from Snowdownia Cheeses.
It is creamy & smooth this product has a unique texture & taste that will entice.
The name is a little controversial – but dont panic! Its just a cheese but it is, as its name suggests, pretty powerful. Black wax coating reveals a moist, smooth texture but an intense vintage cheddary taste.
This is made by the Snowdonia Cheese company in Snowdonia, Wales. The Little Black Bomber cheddar comes as a 200g mini truckle completely coated in black wax.
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!’
Yarg is such an really tasty cheese but its hard to not focus on its looks but it really has a great taste as well: very creamy and zesty.
This delicious hard cheese from Cornwall is deliciously creamy under the rind and slightly crumbly in the core.
It has a young, fresh, slightly tangy taste and is made by hand in open round vats.
The cheese is wrapped in nettle leaves picked wild from neighbouring properties and frozen for use throughout the year. The leaves are carefully brushed onto the cheese in a traditional pattern and they attract wonderful natural occurring moulds of various colours, which help the cheese ripen.
As the cheese matures, the (edible) nettles give the cheese a mild slightly mushroomy taste.
The final product has an attractive, lacy pattern of leaves in blue and green, giving the finished cheese a wonderful appearance.
This cheese is made by the Gray family (get it? Yarg is Gray backwards!!) at their Lynher Dairies cheese dairy.