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A truly stunning cake made up of five of the very best British Cheeses. To serve approximately 75 people.
Not for export
A Celebration Cheese Wedding Cake featuring some of the best British cheeses that Paxton & Whitfield has to offer. To serve approximately 75 people.
The diameter of the base cheese (Mrs Kirkhams Lancashire) is approximately 26cm.
This cake requires a lead time of three weeks please.
The cake consists of:
Mrs Kirkhams Lanacshire 3kg - A farmhouse Lancashire made using a traditional two day curd method. Lancashire is open textured, buttery with a hint of sharpness.
Perl Las 1.2kg - A superb Welsh blue cheese, golden in colour, with a creamy, gently salty taste that grows stronger with maturity.
Wigmore 800g - A sheeps milk cheese with a slightly sweet yet flowery taste. The texture is fairly firm when young and runny when older. Wigmore is handmade in Berkshire.
Oxford Isis 200g x 2 - Oxford Isis is washed in honey mead & matured for a month, this cheese is full flavoured & pungent with a spicy tang. Oxford Isis was first produced in 2003 especially to supply Oxford Colleges and restaurants in Oxford City.
Mini Cerney 140g x 2 - An attractive goats cheese coated with an ash and sea salt mix. Dense textured with a delicate citrus flavour handmade in the Cotswolds.
Our Lancashire is made by Graham Kirkham son of the original 'Mrs Kirkham', in the "black land of Fylde" north of Preston in Lancashire where the pasture land is near the Irish sea and the tasty quality of the milk and its cheese is...
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
Perl Las, meaning 'Blue Pearl’ in Welsh, is made by Carwyn Adams of Caws Cenarth near Cardigan in the heart of West Wales. This is a family cheesemakers started by Carwyn's parents, Thelma and Gwynfor, in 1987 in response to milk quotas...