Virtual Cheese Tasting: Traditional British Cheeses (1st October)
A guided tasting of the finest British cheeses (via Zoom)
A tutored online cheese tasting delivered via Zoom.
Join Andy of The Courtyard Dairy at 7pm on Saturday 1st October he guides you through six of the very best ‘Traditional British’ cheeses, discussing their flavours, their histories and why a good cheese-monger would be delighted with them.
The session lasts one hour and includes six 100g portions of cheese – that’s enough for two people to enjoy the tasting. The ‘Cheese & wine’ option also includes two half bottles of wine – a red and a white, matched to your cheese.
Includes delivery to a mainland UK address.
Can’t make this virtual cheese tasting? View more tasting dates here> or email [email protected] to find out about the next tasting. Each fortnightly event showcases a different selection of cheeses and wines.
More about this
This online virtual cheese tasting will include a range of classic British cheeses. Also included are a tasting sheet and detailed information.
If you want to take part in the interactive cheese tasting, at the online checkout choose for the parcel to be delivered on 28th or 29th September. You will be emailed a Zoom link to enable you to join the live cheese tasting session led by the owner of The Courtyard Dairy, Andy Swinscoe.
Included in this week’s optional wine package is 1 x 1/2 bottle white and 1 x 1/2 bottle red. You must be over 18 to purchase the wine package.
If you can’t make the live virtual tasting, don’t worry – it is recorded so it can made available for you to view at a time that suits you. If that’s what you’d like, just mention it in the ‘Special Instructions’ box at checkout.
(*The cheese featured and introduced on this tasting are traditional rennet and this tasting is therefore not suitable for vegetarians, specific vegetarian cheese only tastings are scheduled bi-monthly- if you’d like to find out one of these dates email: [email protected].)
Ingredients in cheeses: Milk, salt, cheese cultures and rennet