Cut Cheese Collections

Cheeses that complement each other beautifully, most presented in a gift box
578 - The Big Cheeses

The Big Cheeses

Three larger sized examples of the best of France and Englands most traditional cheeses

A quality selection of the best of France and England's most traditional cheeses. These cheeses have been chosen to complement each other as an effective cheeseboard for a large group of people.

Baby Stilton PDO, min wt 2.3kg (Pasteurised Cows' Milk, Vegetarian) - Stilton cheese has its origins in the early 18th Century when travellers to the Bell Inn in the village of Stilton on the Great North Road found a cheese that was much to their liking. Its fame soon spread and although not made in Stilton it became known by this name. So many people started producing similar cheeses that in 1910 the producers had the foresight to lay down strict controls, including that it may only be produced in the three counties of Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. Our creamy mellow Stilton will fill the mouth with flavour but not be overpowering. The pleasant herby tang of the blue veining contrasts nicely with the rich creamy character of the paste.

Cheddar Truckle min wt 1.8kg (Pasteurised Cows' Milk, Vegetarian) - Handmade in the heart of the stunning Bride Valley in Dorset, our cloth bound Cheddar Truckles are then matured in caves where they pick up a distinctive complexity from the unique environmen, which perfectly complements their fruity flavour.

Whole Brie de Melun PDO, min wt 1.5kg Unpasteurised Cows' Milk, Traditional. This cheese is about 1000 years old. It was a favourite of Robert le Pieux, King of France, who lived in Melun. It has a distinct tang of mushrooms and a creamy sweetness with just a hint of salt.

Not for export  PLU: 578

Key Facts

  • Country No
  • Weight 5.6kg

Store & Serve

  • StorageKeep refrigerated.
  • Instructions for useServe at room temperature.
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