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Our Hard Blue collection

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Blue Stilton

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If you’re choosing a blue Stilton, you want to pick the very best you can. Cropwell Bishop Creamery produces more award winning stilton than anyone else, using organic cows’ milk and methods that haven’t really changed since the 17th century. Beautifully smooth, buttery and mellow with a delicate spiciness, this is the English king of […]

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£4.79
Strathdon Blue

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A lovely rich mellow blue with just the right amount of mouth tingling sharpness. Made in a converted brewery near Tain, Strathdon has won many awards and is so good it will probably bag more. Definitely one for your ‘must try’ list.

Strathdon Blue
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£6.71
Shropshire Blue

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Shropshire Blue was actually first created in Scotland. It’s been described as cross between Stilton and Cheshire and is a lovely creamy mild cheese with a sharp, spicy tang and a touch of sweet caramel. It looks as good as it tastes too, with the veins of blue making a stunning contrast against the golden […]

Shropshire Blue
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£5.75
Fourme d’Ambert

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A truly ancient cheese dating back to at least Roman times, Fourme d’Ambert is one of the mildest blues. Made from cow’s milk in the Auvergne, it’s creamy, mellow, fruity and mushroomy and has a distinctive cylindrical shape. Legend says it was used by Druids in their rituals, we don’t know if this included a […]

Fourme d’Ambert
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£5.99
Dorset Blue Vinny

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This subtle tangy blue has a wonderfully light, melt-in-the- mouth creaminess. Once made by Dorset farmers from the skimmed milk left over from butter making , Blue Vinny was all but extinct by the 1970s. It was revived in 1980 by cheesemaker and Food Hero Mike Davies and is now solely produced at Woodbridge Farm […]

Dorset Blue Vinny
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£7.91
Cashel Blue

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It’s not a long way from Tipperary to Beechmount farm, home of Cashel Blue, Ireland’s original artisan blue cheese. This moist mild cheese is deliciously creamy and tangy, not too salty and very rich. It was first made by Jane Grubb in 1984 and since then has won many awards, including Best Irish Cheese in […]

Cashel Blue
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£6.95
Bleu d Auvergne

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Similar to Roquefort but made from cow’s milk, Bleu d’Auvergne has an intense and full bodied sharp salty taste. Moist and sometimes crumbly, it is one of the five Auvergne cheeses with AOC accreditation. In cheese terms it’s a bit of a newcomer, first made in the 1850s by Antoine Russell who discovered that rye […]

Bleu d Auvergne
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£6.23
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