Battlefield Blue

Soft, subtle blue.

  • Unpasteurised
  • Cows' Milk

A rare find – a small individual blue cheese.  A recent creation by Jo and David Clarke, they added Battlefield Blue to their range; soft, creamy and delicate.

Made by Jo and David Clarke in Market Bosworth, Leicestershire, England.

More about this

Sparkenhoe Farm at Upton encompasses where the Battle of Bosworth Field took place in 1485.  In 2011 Jo and David Clarke created here a sister blue cheese to go alongside their unpasteurised red Leicester: Battlefield Blue was born, a small individual blue cheese aged for 8-12 weeks within the maturing cellars at Sparkenhoe Farm.  Battlefield Blue cheese is creamy and mellow with a distinctive blue bite.

Find out more about Battlefield Blue and Leicestershire Handmade cheese on the following articles:

Nutritional Data (typical values, per 100g):
Energy 1708kj/412kcal
Fat 21.7g
(of which saturates) 21.7g
Carbohydrates 0.1g
(of which sugars) <0.1g
Protein 25.5g
Sodium 650g

Weight: 1 x 180g cheese.

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