The Stamford Cheese Cellar's owners Karen and George Brammer opened its doors on December 10th 2010. The Cellar offers a wide range of Artisan cheeses, combined with their deli, selling chutneys, jams, crackers and pâtés. The Stamford Cheese Cellar are a firm believer in local produce, and regularly stock as much as possible, whilst also offering an array of cheese gift items.
Our gifts range from small to large items, including cheese boards, hampers and bespoke gift boxes made up of personally chosen items from the shop, beautifully gift wrapped.
Or for the undecided buyer, we always have gift vouchers.
Whether your requirement is just a small chunk for your lunch, or a selection for a dinner party, our friendly staff are always on hand to help and advise, and give you samples to help in the decision making process!
Wedding Cheese Cakes
Wedding cakes of cheese have seen a real rise in popularity in Stamford, and not just for weddings. These bespoke cakes can be a great centre piece for any special occasion. We'd love you to drop by the s hop for a sampling session to help decide what cheese you would like in your cake of cheese.
Cakes of cheese are available for collection from the shop or via the post or courier if you can't make it in or are further afield.
We are Artisan Cheese Specialists
Take a moment to have a glance at some of our specialist cheeses. You can easily buy cheese online and we are able to deliver UK-wide.
Godminster Organic CheeseThis is our best seller. This organic Cheddar is made with Pasteurised milk. More >>
Truffle CheeseFrench Duo de Brie cheese sandwiching fresh Winter Black Truffles in the centre! More >>
Vignotte CheeseA French cheese, made with double cream and a slight hint of lemon, Vignotte is fantastic stuffed into dates! More >>
Green ThunderA creamy cheddar infused with herbs and garlic. More >>
Each week we have a cheese of the week, and will always give you advice on how to store the cheese and at what temperature the cheese needs to be when eaten. It's not science - we make it easy!
Cheese of the Week
Cashel Blue cheese is a quintessentially Irish cheese made on the family farm of the Grubbs. The family have been farming and involved in agriculture in the county of Tipperary in Ireland since 1719 and named their cheese, developed in 1984, after the Rock of Cashel, where tradition has it that St Patrick started converting the pagan Irish to Christianity.
Cashel Blue is a wonderfully creamy blue cheese with a mild and gentle, far from overpowering strength and much less salty than many other blue cheeses, though the rind can taste substantially more so than the paste underneath. Cashel Blue cheese is particularly good coupled with sweet additions, such as pecan nuts and natural honeys.
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