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 […]
White Stilton is made to the same PDO protected standards as Blue Stilton, but without the penicillium roqueforti mould which creates the veins. The result is a delicate white cheese with a fresh mild taste and crumbly texture. White stilton is a young cheese and is usually sold at just 4 weeks old. It’s made […]
White Stilton Mango & Ginger
This mix of creamy white stilton, mango and ginger is a match made in cheese heaven. A combination of fruit, heat and piquant buttery creaminess, this cheese is a wonderful mouthful of flavours that will make your tastebuds sing. As dessert cheeses go, it’s up there with the greats.
Wookey Hole Cave Aged Farmhouse Cheddar
Ford Farm has revived the ancient practice of maturing cheese in caves, creating a wonderful strong, earthy cheddar in the process. Young cheeses are wrapped in cloth and taken deep into the nearby Wookey Hole caves, where the constant temperature and humidity provides the perfect maturing conditions. As it ages it takes on some of […]
Wensleydale Cranberry is a truly inspired creation. A moist crumbly cheese scattered generously with juicy sweet and sour cranberries, it looks great and tastes even better; all fruit and cream cut with a refreshing acid tang. This is a proper Yorkshire Wensleydale handmade in Hawes in Yorkshire and deserves pride of place on your cheeseboard.
Our own pots (made by David Small in West Wales) and Cropwell Bishops fine blue Stilton make a classic treat or gift all year round. If chilled your Stilton will keep for weeks and weeks.
A soft white creamy cheese with a mild flavour and velvety rind. Somerset Brie is every bit as yummy as its French counterpart, but has a fresher, creamier taste. Created in the lush green Somerset hills, this very rich cheese grows softer as it ripens and develops a greater depth of flavour. Made by traditional […]
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 […]
A naturally smoked goats’ cheese from the Ribble Valley in the north Yorkshire Dales, Ribblesdale Smoked has a dry but creamy taste with a delicate smoky oaky tang. Pale white in colour, it has a dark rind that comes from being smoked for six hours over oak chippings. Ribblesdale Smoked is made in a small […]
This pure white semi-firm goat’s cheese is moist and crumbly with a mild nuttiness and just a hint of lemon. Unlike many other goat’s cheeses it’s mild and low in acidity. We’re talking a lovely delicate cream with a slight tang, which makes for a seriously delicious mouthful. One nibble and you’re completely nobbled.
Sage Derby dates back to around the 17th century when it was produced for festivals like Christmas. A mild cheddar type cheese, it has a good kick of sage which leaves a lovely aromatic tingle in your mouth. Sage was originally added to the cheese because it was thought to aid digestion and cure ailments […]
A soft creamy blue cheese with just the right amount of salt and a clean tasting tang. Oxford Blue is the rather lovely result of one man’s quest to create the English answer to soft blue classics such as Dolcelatte and Gorgonzola. Baron Pouget sought to make a full flavoured but gentle blue without the […]