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Fourme d'ambert

£6.23

One of France’s oldest cheeses dating from as far back as the Roman times, the Fourme is also one of the most popular. Having a PDO designation since 1970s, it is a creamy and delicate blue cheese that will please connoisseurs and beginners alike. The Fourme d'Ambert is made from pasteurised milk and is the most delicate of the blue...

Roquefort d'Artisan Berger

£15.02

Roquefort was the first French cheese to receive the PDO status in 1926. It is made only in Aveyron and matured in the natural Combalou caves in Roquefort. The Roquefort d'Artisan Berger is one of the last hand-made Roquefort cheese in France, where the exceptional quality of Lacaune ewes’ milk is transformed into a complex and powerful cheese. The penicillium...

Bleu d'auvergne

£7.65

Bleu d’Auvergne is a relatively recent creation. It was developed in the mid-1850s by Antoine Roussel , a young farmer from Auvergne, who took over the family farm after his father’s death. Bleu d’Auvergne was awarded PDO status in 1975. The cheese is matured for minimum 4 weeks, by which time it develops a thin light brown rind. It has...

Bleu des Causses

£7.80

Closely related to the Roquefort, Bleu des Causses is also matured in the cool and humid caves of the Causses plateau. Unlike its illustrious cousin (made from ewe’s milk and matured only the in caves of Roquefort-sur-Soulzon), it is made from cow’s milk. The pale ivory paste is dotted with blue veins throughout. Bleu des Causses has a firm but...