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Cheese Tasting for Team Events

Annie, Senior Account Manager from our flagship Jermyn Street, London store delivered a fun and informative cheese tasting session to one of the teams at Salesforce, London last week. 

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Annie and Ohana Floor, Head Chef for Jefferson Santana, discussed possible themes for the cheese tasting in advance and decided on "New Brits on the Block"; focusing on modern British cheesemakers. Annie introduced four British cheeses and talked about the taste, heritage and the story of each cheese, whilst the team tasted and asked questions. 

Brightwell Ash 

A ripened goats’ cheese; aged up to 21 days with a rich, creamy texture.

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Winterdale 

This sun-kissed beauty is a raw milk cheddar style cheese; made carbon neutrally in Kent by Winterdale Cheese Makers.

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St Jude

A delicious, raw milk cheese; made in Suffolk to a recipe similar to St Marcellin.

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Barkham Blue

Golden-hued and made with rich milk from Jersey and Guernsey cows by Two Hoots Cheese.

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Our team of cheese experts offer small, bespoke cheese tasting sessions in our stores and can cater to larger cheese tasting functions at your location of choice. If you would like advice or a quote on organising a cheese tasting experience for your team, please call us on 0207 9300259.  

 

 

 

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