A lovely little goats’ cheese from the Loire Valley that looks like a pebble. Selles sur Cher has a grey/ blue charcoal and salt coating painted on to attract mould. It’s mild and chalky, salty and tart with a hazelnut after taste. Only a small circle of producers make Selles sur Cher and they don’t like sharing the secrets of production!
What with? Selles sur Cher is pure heaven with a glass of Sauvignon Blanc. Try it with Acacia Honey or go the other way using olives , cocktail tomatos, cornichons and such like.
Already known outside Switzerland in the 14th century, Gruyère is possibly the most popular Swiss cheese to date – loved for its distinctly nutty flavour and smooth and firm texture. The pine wood frames the cheeses are maturing on for up to 12 months contribute to its fine aroma and are indicative of an incredibly elaborate […]