Cheshire / Organic Cheshire

Slightly crumbly and silky textured cheese with a full bodied, fresh flavour.
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Red Leicester / Organic Red Leicester

A rich, russet coloured cheese with a flaky, slightly open texture.
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Wensleydale / Organic Wensleydale

A close, smooth-textured cheese with a refreshing, slightly lemon, acidic flavour.
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Double Gloucester / Organic Double Gloucester

A smooth, buttery texture with a clean, creamy, mellow flavour.
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Cheddar / Organic Cheddar

Britain's most popular cheese, with a nutty yet slightly sharp full flavour and firm body.
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Lancashire / Organic Lancashire

A full-bodied flavour that is slightly salted and has a creamy but faintly crumbly texture.
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Shropshire Blue

Handmade in Shropshire using locally sourced milk. This soft textured, mellow, blue cheese has a distinct nutty, savoury flavour and delicate creaminess.
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Caerphilly / Organic Caerphilly

A fresh, white cheese with a delicate, slightly salty, mild, creamy and slightly acidic flavour and a moderately firm, creamy and open texture.
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Double Gloucester, Chives & Onion

The smooth, buttery texture and clean, creamy, mellow flavour blends extremely well with chives and onion.
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Wensleydale & Cranberry

The smooth-textured cheese is complemented by the delicate fruitiness of Cranberries, making a superb dessert cheese.
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Bowland

A delicious blend of apples, raisins and Creamy Lancashire coated in cinnamon to form a marvellous dessert cheese.
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Port Wine Derby

Port Wine Derby displays an elegant burgundy veining and delivers the smooth and creamy texture of Derby Cheese.
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Sage Derby

Sage Derby is a green veined cheese with a delightful, mild sage flavour. Sage Derby dates back to around the 17th century when it was produced for festivals like Christmas.
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