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Blue Cheeses/Stiltons

Cashel Blue Cheese

Cashel Blue

This semi-hard 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. A creamy blue cheese. << Find Out More
Cote Hill Blue Cheese

Cote Hill Blue

This multi award winning, unpasteurised, Blue Cheese is produced in Lincolnshire near Market Rasen by Michael and Mary Davenport. The Cote Hill Blue Cheese is made from their own Frieshian, Holstein and Red Poll cows milk and has been in production since 2005. A soft rinded, creamy textured blue cheese. << Find Out More
Cropwell Bishop Cheese

Cropwell Bishop

A Blue Stilton steeped in tradition and family history. The Cropwell Bishop creamery, has been part of the current owners families since 1949, when the creamery was purchased by their great, great uncles London based business, which started in 1847. Cropwell Bishop Stilton cheese is a rich and tangy Stilton. << Find Out More
Cropweel Bishop Blue Shropshire Cheese

Cropwell Bishop Blue Shropshire

A semi hard, blue veined and russet coloured cheese. Cropwell Bishop Blue Shropshire has been likened to a cross between Stilton and Cheshire cheese, and does have a reputable strength of character. This is a truly versatile cheese, crumbles well into salads.
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Lanark Blue Cheese

Lanark Blue Cheese

As indicated by the name, this cheese is a Scottish cheese, born of Walston Brahead farm at Ogcastle near Carnwath in 1985. The blue cheese can be reasonably mellow and fresh in springtime, through to a fully fierce and pungent taste in winter months, especially around Burns Night. << Find Out More

Mrs Bell's Blue Cheese

Mrs Bell's Blue Cheese

Named after Judy Bell, the creator of the cheese, Mrs Bell's Blue is made from 100% fresh, local ewe's milk. A favourite of some celebrity chefs (Rick Stein, Raymond Blanc) and unsurprisingly so having won numerous awards. It goes sublimely well with sweet biscuits, and also works well with fresh pears. << Find Out More
Binham Blue Cheese

Mrs Temple's Binham Blue

A soft blue veined cheese produced using pasteurised milk from Holstein Friesian and Swiss Brown cows. With a creamy texture and natural crust, with a luscious sweet blue tangy taste. Created with the cheese board in mind, there's no surprise that this is it's strength for full blown enjoyment. << Find Out More
Shropshire Blue Cheese

Shropshire Blue

A soft textured, mellow cheese produced using pasteurised cow's milk and a vegetable rennet, making it suitable for vegetarians. The cheese is matured for around 12 weeks (though this can be extended for a further 12 weeks leading to a creamier, fuller cheese) and has a 48% fat content. << Find Out More
Stichelton Cheese

Stichelton

An organic, mature, British, blue cheese made from unpasteurised milk from Friesian-Holstein cows on a farm on the Welbeck Estate in Nottinghamshire. << Find Out More
Websters Stilton Cheese

Webster's Stilton

Created in the smallest creamery in England, in Saxelbye, Melton Mowbray, run by two sisters. The creamery is one of only a hand-full of licensed producers of Stilton cheese in the world, with the Webster's creamery exporting across continents, to the Himalayas and throughout the world. << Find Out More
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