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Five classic cheeses representing some of the best from both sides of the Channel. To serve approximately 220 people.
Not for export
Combining the traditions of France and the innovations of England, a classic and colourful cheese wedding cake;. To serve approximately 220 people. Ideal as a centre piece at a wedding or indeed any large celebration.
The diameter of the base cheese (Montgomery Cheddar) is approximately 32cm.
Please note we require at least three weeks notice to supply this Cheese Cake.
This cake consists of:
St Maure PDO min wt 250g x 6. A full flavoured goats cheese, which holds a rye straw bearing the name of its producer.
Coulommiers min wt 500g x 4. Dating back as far as Brie de Meaux, this is a very traditional cheese. Soft and white, it has a pronounced earthy smell
Shropshire Blue min wt 3.5kg A smooth textured blue cheese with a rich, rounded flavour and distinctive blue veining through the russet interior.
Cornish Yarg min wt 2.5kg. Deliciously fresh in flavour, creamy under the rind and crumbly at the core, this Cornish cheese is wrapped in nettles.
Montgomery Cheddar PDO min wt 7kg. A mature cheddar that has a long and complex flavour. Characteristically drier and nuttier than other Cheddars
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 howCheddar was made in the 19th century. Jamie has indeed...
Coulommiers is made in the Ile de France region just South East of Paris, in the heart of Brie country. It is, without doubt, as old as Brie and it is likely that it is even older although there is no written evidence to support this....
Cornish Yarg cheese was first made by Alan and Jenny Gray in Withiel, near Liskeard, on the edge of Bodmin Moor in the 1980’s. The word Yarg is simply their surname 'Gray' spelt backwards! The inspiration for this unique cheese came...
Despite its name, Shropshire Blue originated in Scotland and is generally made now in Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire or Derbyshire. There is a lack of a convincing explanation for the name of this cheese because as far as can be...