The Best of Modern British Cheese

Four fabulous farmhouse cheeses


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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