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‘Treat Me’

£28 per box

£28.00

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:

  • Brillat-Savarin
  • Blue Monday
  • Cotherstone

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

 

 

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Contents:

  • Brillat Savarin (UP/C)

    Made by the Rouzaire family.  It is lusciously creamy and sinfully rich.  The classic and original triple-cream cheese. Invented in the late 19th century, and named in homage to the late, great gastronome, Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin.

    Blue Monday (P/C)

    This is a rich pasteurised, sophisticated blue created by Alex James, former band member of Blur, turned cheesemaker in collaboration with Judy Bell. Hand made in Yorkshire and matured for a minimum of 12 weeks, it develops a wonderfully soft, mellow, creamy texture. With a faintly sweet, intensely savoury, spicy and rich complex flavour. The cheese has bold cracks and blue streaks with a thin natural rind.

    Gold British Cheese Awards 2017.      Silver World Cheese Awards 2019

    Cotherstone (P/V/C)

    Cotherstone cheese is purposefully designed to be eaten young, and as such has a fresh, buttery, citrusy, and noticeably acidic taste. It is mild and creamy with a crumbly, open and moist texture with a waxed rind. A clear mushroom, earthy flavour can sometimes be found directly under the rind, where the cheese is much softer and richer.

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