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Specially selected with our partners at The English Home magazine we have matched some of the finest artisanal products available in England! This box contains:
Finn double cream cheese 200g
Godminster Vintage Cheddar 200g
Oxford Blue 250g
Autumn Apple Chutney
Rosemary and Olive Oil Crackers
Three Choirs Coleridge Hill White Wine
This vintage cheddar is moister and not as crumbly as traditional farmhouse cheddars; uniquely creamy in both taste and texture. Using a 70-year-old recipe, this cheese was first produced in 2000 and has become a firm favourite. As a vintage cheddar, it has to mature for over twelve months to allow it’s very tangy, yet smooth herby taste to develop with fruity notes.
A soft, bloomy-rinded cheese with a pale yellow, buttery paste. More delicate than a French Brie and less mushroomy and vegetably, the sweet grassy pastures, sown with clover, on which the cows graze reflected in the taste of the cheese. Made at Kirkham farm, near Lower Slaughter, where the Weavers have been farming organically for three generations. Every morning the milk travels the five meters from the milking shed to the creamery and is pasteurised but not standardised, so it retains its unique and variable character. Simon Weaver has won a number of prestigious awards for his cheese.
Baron Robert Pouget has made a superb blue cheese in the style of the cheeses of his native France.
A medium strength soft blue with a creamy texture. Rich, aromatic with a hint of dark chocolate and white wine with a distinct tarragon flavour towards the end.
Wheaty and crisp, subtly flavoured with rosemary and sugar-free.
Fragrant and delicate, for soft cheeses.
Apples blended with spices make for a sweet but tangy chutney. At home with cheddars and other hard full flavoured cheeses.
Three Choirs in Gloucestershire have been winning awards for their wines in both in the UK and international competitions for quite some time now.
An harmonious mariage of Madeleine Angevine with Phoenix grape varieties.
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