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Our French Cheese collection

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Boulette d’Avesnes

Boulette d’Avesnes
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Spicy, peppery and pungent Boulette d’Avesnes is a cone shaped cheese with a paprika rind and soft, herby inside bursting with tarragon and parsley. Spicy, peppery and pungent Boulette d’Avesnes is a cone shaped cheese with a paprika rind and soft, herby inside bursting with tarragon and parsley. You have to hang on to your […]

Boulette d’Avesnes
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£8.95
Truffle Brie

Truffle Brie
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A deliciously decadent soft cheese laced with black truffles. Creamy, mushroom with that distinctive Brie tang offset by earth pungent truffle – it’s a match made in gourmet heaven all wrapped up in a lovely velvet white crust. Made to traditional methods by the famous French cheese expert Robert Rouzaire, this is a cheese to […]

Truffle Brie
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£8.87
Brie de Meaux

Brie de Meaux
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You’ve never really tasted brie until you’ve tried real Farmhouse Brie de Meaux, one of only two bries officially certified by the French government. Made with unpasteurised milk, it’s soft and creamy when mature with a and velvety rind. Brie de Meaux is salted with dry coarse salt and ripened in cellars on straw mats […]

Brie de Meaux
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£5.99
Valençay

Valençay
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This little goats’ cheese is made from unpasteurised milk. Smooth, white, mild and nutty, it has a grey salted charcoal rind. It looks like a pyramid with the top cut off and there is of course a story behind that. Apparently Napoleon took exception to the original pyramid shape because it reminded him of defeat […]

Valençay
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£10.95
Tomme de Savoie

Tomme de Savoie
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Things that taste good aren’t usually kind to your waistline, but Tomme de Savoie is made from skimmed cow’s milk. It’s a semi soft mild cheese with a gentle slightly salty, slightly earthy, nutty taste and you can sometimes get a flavour of grass if the cheese was made in summer. The rind can be […]

Tomme de Savoie
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£6.95
Saint Nectaire

Saint Nectaire
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Milky, nutty, grassy and earthy, St Nectaire was a favourite of the sun king Louis XIV. Made from unpasteurised milk from cows that graze on the fertile volcanic pastures of the Auvergne, it’s a real mouthful of flavour. A semi soft cheese with a white, yellow and orange rind that smells of straw and mushroom, […]

Saint Nectaire
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£6.47
Roquefort

Roquefort
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Charlemagne’s favourite cheese, Roquefort is crumbly and semi-soft, with a delicious balance of sweet, smoky and salty flavours. It’s mild and creamy, very moreish and never hangs about the cheese board for long. Roquefort is made exclusively from the milk of red Lacaune ewes and ripens in the limestone caves of Roquefort-sur-Soulzon. Pencillium Roquefort culture […]

Roquefort
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£9.59
Reblochon

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Reblochon hails from Haute Savoie in the Alps. It has been produced since the Fourteenth Century. This supple creamy cheese, ripened and regularly brushed in brine for two weeks, has a delicate velvety nutty taste.  The name comes from ‘reblocher’ – to pinch the cow’s udder twice. Way back when medieval lords taxed milk, farmers […]

Reblochon
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£6.95
Port Salut

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A semi soft cow’s milk cheese from Brittany. Very smooth, rich and mild. Port Salut is one of the first French cheeses to be made from pasteurised milk. Originally made by Trappist monks, Port Salut has a creamy, velvety rich mild flavour with a delicate touch of savoury nuttiness. Easily spotted by its distinctive orange […]

Port Salut
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£6.95
Époisses

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Napoleon was partial to a slice of Époisses, a (very) pungent soft cow’s milk cheese from a small village halfway between Dijon and Auxerre. Washed in Marc de Bourgogne brandy during ripening, Époisses has a red orange colour and a powerful rich, salty, creamy meaty flavour.

Époisses
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£12.95
Munster

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A cheese with its own museum (La Maison du Munster) is definitely one worth getting to know. Smooth, strong, sweet and spicy, Munster dates back to 7th century Alsace and was made by Benedictine monks who weren’t allowed to eat meat and so wanted something tasty to compensate. (Munster = monastery). It’s matured in caves […]

Munster
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£6.95
Maroilles

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Square and made of cow’s milk, Maroilles is the most famous cheese from northern France. It’s a lovely golden colour, with a rich,oily soft texture and meaty, salty, lemony taste. Its nickname is ‘vieux paunt’ – old stinker – which gives you some idea of the aroma. Another cheese invented by those versatile monks, Maroilles […]

Maroilles
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£9.95
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