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A stunning cheese board collection providing all your traditional Christmas cheeses. Serves approx 25 people.
Not for export
This collection provides enough cheese for a large party and includes a bit of everyone's favourites. Serves approx 25 people.
Add our stylish Medium gift box to make it a gift.
The cheeses include:
Stilton PDO 500g (pasteurised, vegetarian rennet) - grade "A" Stilton - the king of English cheese
Montgomery Cheddar 500g (unpasteurised, traditional rennet) - an award winning 18 months old Cheddar
Mont d'Or PDO 400g (unpasteurised, traditional rennet) - a delicious soft cheese, available Nov-Mar
Brie de Meaux PDO 500g (unpasteurised, tradtional rennet) - the finest of all bries, fruity herby and pungent
Cerney Pyramid 250g (unpasteurised, vegetarian rennet) - a fresh flavoured goats cheese that has been rolled in ash and sea salt
Mont d'Or is characterised by fluffy white moulds, turning grey or blue with age. The cheese can pull away from the spruce bark as it ages and can be brown and even black where it has been in contact with the wood.
Brie de Meaux has been well-known since the Middle Ages and has a very distinguished past in which it has been appreciated by writers and royalty alike. Charlemagne enjoyed the cheese; Phillippe Auguste presented it to the ladies at...
Montgomery Cheddar is made by Jamie Montgomery in North Cadbury near Yeovil. The Montgomery family are third generation farmers and make one of very few remaining examples of how Cheddar was made in the 19th century. Jamie has indeed...
Known also as Vacherin Mont d'Or, Vacherin de Joux and Vacherin du Haut-Doubs, this traditional Franche Comte cheese has been made for several centuries by the farmers around the Mont d'Or Massif in the Haut Doubs. The region is famous...
Cerney Cheese is made in the Cotswold just north of Cirencester. It is the brainchild of Lady Angus who has developed the recipe since 1983, drawing on the traditions of Valencay cheese from the Loire valley.
There has always been a degree of uncertainty about the evolution of Stilton Cheese, but thanks to extensive research we now have a clearer knowledge of the origins and how Stilton Cheese evolved. Texts from the 19th and 20th Century...