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Ossau - Iraty (Pasteurised, Ewe's Milk)
Ossau Iraty is a traditional, semi-soft cheese made from sheep's milk. It comes from a very specific area in the Pyrénées-Atlantiques. Full of a delicious, nutty, robust taste, it is produced from the milk of Manech ewes during the period from June to September, when the herds move up to the high mountain meadows.
Colston Bassett Stilton (Vegetarian, Pasteurised, Cow's Milk)
The perfect Stilton from Colston Bassett should be a rich cream colour cheese with blue veining spread throughout. The texture of the cheese is smooth and creamy with a mellow flavour and no sharp acidic taste from the blue. Melt in the mouth perfection is what Colston Bassett delivers.
Délice De Bourgogne (Pasteurised, Cow's Milk)
Délice de Bourgogne, also known as Delice cheese, is a French cow's milk cheese from the Burgundy region of France. The cheese is rich and creamy due to the cheese-making process where crème fraîche in this case is added twice to the milk during the making of the cheese, creating an incredibly rich, full flavour cheese with a melt in the mouth texture.
Cornish Yarg (Cows, Pasteurised, Vegetarian)
The Cornish Yarg cheese is pressed, brined and then wrapped in frozen nettle leaves. As the cheese matures, these edible nettles impart a delicate, slightly mushroomy taste. The final product has an attractive, lacy pattern of leaves in blue and green, giving the finished cheese a very unique appearance.
Little Rollright (Organic, Pasteurised, Vegetarian)
Little Rollright cheese is a mild washed rind soft cheese wrapped in spruce bark, The cheese is based on a Reblochon and produced locally here in the Cotswolds at King Stone Farm by David Jowett.
White Heart (Vegetarian, Unpasteurised, Goat's Milk)
Originally made by White Lake Cheese as a Valentine’s Day present, this adorable heart-shaped goat cheese is the perfect addition to your cheese wedding cake. Tasting as good as it looks, White Heart is a mild and crumbly unpasteurised cheese, similar in style to White Nancy, however its texture is slightly softer and its flavour mildly creamier.