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.
This is a really lovely creamy goats cheese wrapped in a chestnut leaf. This is a really great soft goats cheese with a mild flavour that is salty sweet and goaty, if that makes sense?
It is made by the Highfields Farm Dairy in Tamworth, Staffordshire.
Bosworth Leaf Goat’s Cheese comes as a square shaped cheese wrapped in a chestnut leaf packaged as a whole cheese of 200g. Unpasteurised & suitable for vegetarians.
The herd started in 1987 with just 100 goats – they now have over 350 goats in the herd, mostly crossed Saanen and Toggenburg. Approximately 220 nannies are milked morning and evening, each of which produces an average of 3 litres of milk per day some of which is used to make this tasty cheese
Celtic Promise has a mystical name and while some think that it has crafted by fairies and elves in the forests of West Wales because this is such a truly magical cheese!
To get the creamy flavour and texture, Celtic Promise has been washed twice a week for seven weeks. This wonderful cheese has a sticky orange rind, a great pungent smell and a soft and rich full flavour. The cheese is wrapped to help protect its great washed orange rind.
Made by John Savage of Teifi Farmhouse Cheese in Ceredigion, Wales. This is a 500g piece of cheese, it’s unpasteurised and suitable for vegetarians.
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.
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.