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Kaldi - RAVE X Paxton & Whitfield

A unique fusion of coffee and goat’s cheese, a RAVE Coffee and Paxton & Whitfield collaboration.

£15.50 per 250g
Pasteurised Vegetarian Rennet Goat
PLU 5209


  • IngredientsGoats Milk, Salt, Starter Cultures, Vegetarian Rennet, Coffee Grounds
  • AllergensMilk and derivatives

Nutritional Information

  • Typical Valuesper 100g
  • Energy kJ1564
  • Energy kcal377
  • Fat31.3
  • Of which saturates21.3
  • Carbohydrates2.9
  • Of which sugars0.1
  • Protein21
  • Salt1.61
Name & address of food supplier

Paxton & Whitfield Ltd, 93 Jermyn Street, London SW1Y 6JE

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RAVE Coffee X Paxton & Whitfield

Introducing Kaldi, a unique fusion of coffee and goat’s cheese.

Due to the success of Kaldi's first edition, we are now maturing more cheese with an exciting new coffee blend for Spring and the next generation of our collaboration with RAVE. Known as RAVE No. 109, a Brazillian coffee that has notes of dark chocolate, molasses and red apple selected by the team for its rich and decadent flavours.

Kaldi is the result of a special partnership between RAVE Coffee and Paxton & Whitfield, celebrating two beloved flavours, coffee, and cheese. The cheese’s name is inspired by the legend of Kaldi, the young goat herder who discovered coffee centuries ago. It combines the fruity notes of RAVE’s responsibly sourced coffee beans with the fresh, nutty flavours of this hard goat’s cheese. 

United by a mutual passion for collaboration and innovation, David Webb from RAVE Coffee and James Rutter from Paxton & Whitfield delved into various avenues to bring this concept to life. Their exploration spanned diverse starting points, ranging from different milk types and cheese styles to a wide array of coffees found at the roastery. Remarkably, their initial attempt yielded a complex, balanced, and intriguing outcome.

Kaldi begins its ageing process at our state-of-the-art maturation rooms in the Cotswolds, a short distance from RAVE HQ in Cirencester. Originating as a young, unrinded goat’s cheese sourced from the Somerset Cheese Company, it embarks on a journey overseen by Quality Manager Jazz Reeves. This involves meticulous brine-washing and coffee coating, before maturing for approximately ten weeks. Kaldi is then ready to be hand-cut, wrapped and ready for your cheeseboards.

This marvellous cheese is strictly available as a limited edition in 250g pieces.