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Comté 12/24/30 months

£8.16

The Comté is an artisan cheese that has a PDO designation since 1952. It takes about 450 litres of milk to make just one wheel of Comté. Farmers let their cattle graze on mountain pastures in summer, and feed them with hay in winter. It is the art of affinage though that makes the Comté a truly great cheese. When...

Machecoulais

£5.05

Being a Pascal Beillevaire's creation, the Machecoulais was born in 1998 and named after our hometown (Machecoul). It is a fresh cow’s milk cheese with a pleasant milky flavour. It is allowed to mature for 4 to 6 weeks and develop a creamy, velvety rind. Its texture is close to that of a goat’s cheese, fine and firm in the...

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....

Beaufort d'alpage

£11.13

The Beaufort Chalet d'Alpage is the best part of the summer production starting at the beginning of June and lasting till the end of October, when the Tarentaise and Abondance cows graze on the alpine meadows filled with abundant wildflowers and grasses and give a rich and flavoursome milk. It takes 500 litres of milk to make one wheel of...

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...

Crottin de pays

£2.55

The Crottin de Pays is a goat cheese made from thermised milk in our Fontenille workshop. The texture is both crumbly and melting in the mouth. The cheese has a fresh and delicate "goaty" taste. It can either be enjoyed with a slice of fresh bread and butter or cooked.Approx. 90g Producer : Fromagerie de Fontenille (Beillevaire)Origin: Poitou-CharentesMilk : thermised goat's milkAllergens...

Camembert with truffle

£10.80

Camembert is the most famous French cheese produced in Normandie. Once matured to perfection, with a delicate bloomy rind and a meltingly-soft texture, it is cut in half and a mouth-watering mixture of cream and black truffle is spread on it. The savoury lactic flavours of the Camembert offer a beautiful contrast to the rich long-lasting flavours of the truffle....

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...

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