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Saint-Nectaire Paille de Seigle

£11.58

The village Saint-Nectaire, in the Parc Régional des Volcans D’Auvergne, gives its name to one of Auvergne’s most popular cheeses. The rich green mountains of this old volcanic land are the perfect place for cheese-making. The Montbeliarde cattle are taken to the high pastures (1200m) over the summer and are fed with locally produced hay and fodder over the winter....

Raclette de Savoie

£15.67

Produced in La Savoyarde, nestled in the Savoie Mountains, our Raclette is made from the unpasteurised cow’s milk collected from the neighbouring farms. It is matured on spruce for at least 8 weeks. The wood gives the cheese a nuttier flavour, and it helps regulate the moisture of the rind. Although perfectly enjoyable when eaten cold, the Raclette cheese truly reveals itself...

Morbier bichonné

£7.09

The history of Morbier is linked to that of the Comté cheese. It is thought that farmers used the leftover curd from the production of Comté, which was not enough for a whole wheel, to make a cheese they would keep for their own consumption. They would cover the top of the curd with ashes to protect it, then add...

Tomme de Montagne

£7.10

The Tomme de Montagne is made in Désaignes, in the Monts d'Ardèche Regional Natural Park, from mountain milk collected from farms located no further than 20-km from the cheese dairy. It is then matured for 2 months in our maturation cellar in Savoie. It has a soft straw yellow paste, dotted with a multitude of holes like the Tomme de...

Tomme aux 7 fleurs

£9.17

The Tomme aux 7 fleurs is a thermised cow's milk cheese. This artisan cheese is made in our dairy in Ardèche (Eastern France) and then matured for 4 to 6 weeks by Beaude affineur. Its rind is covered with 7 different flower petals: mallow fowers, marigold flowers, blueberry flowers, safflowers flowers, rose blossoms, strawberry leaves and trigonella, which give the...

Secret du couvent bichonné

£13.07

Traditionally made by Trappist nuns at the Abbaye de la Coudre, in Laval, the production was stopped in the late 1990s, only to be revived in our very own dairy in 2007, when the nuns asked us to produce it again. Following the traditional recipe, me make it from raw milk, which we collect from the farms nearby. Once moulded,...