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‘Treat Me’

£25 per box

£25.00

So what’s in a ‘Treat Me’ box?

This box features 3 cheeses from this month’s subscription box – and comes with FREE DELIVERY

Maybe you just want to dip your toe tentatively into the world of Fromage?  Maybe you have a cosy evening for two planned and a little cheese love is required? Maybe you just want to treat someone special, either way, this is the box for you.  Each month the ‘Treat Me’ selection will showcase three or four sneaky little treats from the Monthly Sub Box – around 500g of delicious fromage heaven.

So what tasty treats are in this month’s box for you:

  • ‘Lancashire Blue’
  • ‘Devon Oke’ made at Curworthy Creamery
  • ‘Vintage Lincolnshire Poacher’

Like this box?  Want more cheese? Why not try our ‘One Off Sub Box’

**Photo for illustrative purposes only. You will receive 3 cheeses.

 

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Contents:

  • Lancashire Blue (RAW/C)

    This soft blue-veined cheese is made from Pedigree Holstein Friesian milk and matured in a man-made cave to develop even blue-veining throughout the body of the cheese. Lancashire Blue has won many notable awards, one being ‘Best UK Blue Cheese’ at The International Cheese Awards.  A British blue to please all tastes. Have you any of that port left from Christmas…?

    Devon Oke  (C)

    Made in Okehampton by Rachel Stephens at the Curworthy Creamery. Milk from their own herd of Fresian cows is used to make this full fat rinded modern British hard cheese to a 17th Century recipe. A mild tasting yet complex cheese with lots of flavour and a nutty finish.

    Vintage Poacher (RAW/C)

    Vintage poacher gives a nod to the finest cheddar but with a hint of the alpine due to a hybrid style of making that embraces the two traditions. Definite bite of maturity in the mouth alongside the toasted nut and umami notes of a medium aged Comte.  Not only can it taste like two cheeses at once, it will allow you to remain indecisive as it will happily morph to accompany any situation: toastie, ploughman’s, vino partner and so on.

    Try to find a Malty Ale to accompany this cheese.

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