The Best of Modern British Cheese

Four fabulous farmhouse cheeses

£36.65

Recent resurgence in cheese making has seen some fabulously brilliant British cheeses come to prominence.
This selection includes four of the finest, including a buttery, rich Lancashire cheese, oozing Tunworth Camembert, the nutty aged-Summerfield (that will give Comté a run for it’s money), and Stichelton, one of Britain’s most outstanding blue cheeses.
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This cheese selection box includes:

Kirkham’s Lancashire. Unpasteurised cows’ cheese. 250g.
Third-generation Lancashire-maker Graham still follows the traditional two-day curd method, giving a buttery, yoghurty flavour with a fluffy and light texture that melts in the mouth. These Kirkham’s are specially selected for The Courtyard Dairy for a greater depth of flavour.

Tunworth.  Pasteurised cows’ milk.  250g.  An English Camembert good enough to make a Frenchman weep: vegetal, porcini-flavoured and intense.  The Courtyard Dairy select only particular Tunworths that are more wrinkled, for a more intense flavour.  Winner: Supreme Champion (British Cheese Awards 2013 & 2006).

Summer Field.  Unpasteurised cows’ milk, organic, vegetarian.  250g.
Alastair Pearson learnt his cheese-making trade abroad, and has brought to Yorkshire a little touch of the Alps.  Following an Alpine recipe, Summer Field tastes like a 12-month-old Comté, with toffee and butterscotch flavours and a nutty finish.  The milk comes from Botton Village’s 46 biodynamically-farmed Dairy Shorthorn cows.

Stichelton.  Unpasteurised cows’ milk.  250g.
Hand-ladled and made to a traditional Stilton recipe but with unpasteurised milk, Stichelton is creamy and nutty with a rich yet gentle blue note.

This product will have two weeks shelf life from the date of delivery.  Conveniently, at checkout you can choose a delivery date even well in the future if you would like your cheese delivering for a specific event.

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