Ideal for 110 as evening food or 170 after dinner
At its summit rests a delicious Tor from Whitelake Cheese, drawing the eye and tastebuds alike. Underneath, perhaps an even more irresistible prospect, is the pure white blooming rind of the Burgundy born Delice de Cremiere. With a tip of its chapeau to other hard ewes’ milk cheeses like Manchego, but milder than a Pecorino, Berkswell breaks from the cover of the straight lines and ashy rinds with its stunning form and rusty hues. Cropwell Bishop Stilton; salty, sharp and sweet atop fresh flavoured Gorwydd Caerphilly, with its mouthwatering umami undertones, are completed with a perfect slab of Montgomery Cheddar.
A unique flavour, tasting fresh and lemony, with a hint of earthiness.
Delice des cremieres
Rich, buttery and soft, made using both single and creme fraiche it is an indulgent little cheese from the Burgundy region of France.
Sweet and nutty with caramel notes and a tangy hard grainy texture. Berkswell is matured for around 4 months and has won many notable awards. It is similar to Pecorino or Manchego in style. This is an impressive looking cheese with a red, russet and golden hued rind.
Cropwell bishop stilton
Both sweet and salty in perfect balance with a brilliance of blue veining running right through to its crumbly core.
This mould ripened cheese has a chalky outer appearance with an aromatic, fresh taste in its centre, ripening to a mushroomy flavour from the rind. It’s a bit of a show stopper and definitely one to get people talking around the table.
An artisan cheddar with melt in the mouth properties. It has a rich, savoury and nutty flavour with a slightly dry and crumbly texture and sometimes a little blue veining.