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.
For the Brie lovers among you, no one can really ask too much more than this wondorously creamy tasting cheese.
This is made with fresh organic milk from ‘the girls’ (aka the Friesian cows) at Kirkham Farm which is taken to the Creamery each morning, where it is magically turned into a new batch of cheese. This is made from 100% cows milk.
Cotswold Organic Brie is a wonderfully fresh tasting Brie which is possibly slightly sweeter than its French counterpart.
The cheese is wrapped as a 260g piece and packaged in Simon Weaver’s distinct and attractive branding.
Fabulous Blue, described by the Organic Food awards judges as ‘lovely and unique with a strong lingering flavour’.
They’re absolutely spot on. Perl Las is a perfect organic blue cheese with a pale gold natural rind and a pale yellow paste with blue/ green veining.
It is made by Caws Cenarth Cheese is a small family enterprise in the heart of West Wales. It’s here that Welsh speaking Gwynfor and Thelma Adams have been farming for over 42 years. The cheesemaking business was established in April 1987 as a response to the E.C milk quotas which had threatened the viability of the family farm.
The cheese is still made entirely by hand and some of the cast iron presses are over a hundred years old.