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Brun de noix

£14.86

The Brun de Noix is produced in our dairy in Machecoul, in the countryside, to the south of the Loire River. It is made from raw milk, brushed regularly with a walnut liqueur and kept in a moist cave for up to 2 months. Taking its striking colour from the walnut, it has a pretty shape that enchants the eye...

Reblochon fermier

£15.53

In Haute-Savoie, in the heart of the French Alps, the Montbeliard, Abondance and Tarentaise cattle graze by the chalets. Being granted PDO protection in 1952, it is the only area where the Reblochon can be produced. Between June and October, the animals are kept outdoors on the green pastures, where generous amounts of rain and snow over the winter keep...

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,...

Epoisses

£10.55

Epoisses is the gem of Burgundy, a region famed for its fantastic wines and brilliant cuisine. The Epoisses was first made by the monks of the Cîteaux Abbey, who later shared the technique with the local farmers. After a decline in the early 20th century, it became popular again in the 1950s and has been greatly enjoyed and sought-after ever...

Pont l'évêque

£12.20

One of Normandie’s oldest cheeses, it is another monastic invention dating back to the Middle-Ages, but it was named like this in the 17th century after a village not far from Deauville, where it was produced. Made from raw milk, it is matured for 6 to 7 weeks in a cellar and is washed regularly to keep the cheese supple...

Munster fermier

£11.01

Two generations of the Claudepierre family have been making cheese for over 20 years on their farm in a natural park in the Vosges Mountains. It is here where Munster Fermier is made from the rich and buttery milk collected from their cattle, which enjoy the wildflower-rich pasture in spring and summer and are fed with local hay in winter.....