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Ossau Iraty

£8.93

This famous sheep milk "tomme" owes its name to the Basque Iraty Mountain and the Ossau Valley. Following a traditional recipe, this cheese is made in the Western part of the Pyrenees since the Middle Ages. Shepherds created it as a way to preserve ewe's milk in a nutritious (and delicious) way, and used the "tommes" to barter. Now a...

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...

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...

Saint-Marcellin

£4.05

Like its larger counterpart, the Saint-Félicien, the Saint-Marcellin is a young, creamy cow’s milk cheese from Dauphiné region. Matured for 4 to 5 weeks, it has delicate milky flavours. Our Saint Marcellin is a farmhouse production: the cattle graze on the farm and are fed with locally produced fodder in winter, giving the milk rich, buttery and vegetal flavours. Beneath...

Brillat-Savarin

£8.35

Created as an homage to the eponymous gastronome, the Brillat-Savarin aims to please! A triple-cream cheese with an irresistible luscious, melting-in-the-mouth texture. Its flavours are quite delicate. The cheese is made of triple cream and matured for only a couple of weeks, so that the delicate milky and creamy flavours stand out. But as it matures, it becomes more savoury,...

Tomme brulée

£12.11

Tomme brûlée is born at the foot of Mount Baigura in the heart of the Basque Country. After the milk is collected from sheep (only local breeds such as Basco Béarnaise, Manech red head and black head), it is curdled and develops mould. With time and care, the crust becomes firmer and the paste gains finesse and flavor. This is...

Saint-Félicien

£7.65

Created at the beginning of the 20th century by a farmer who wanted to use his leftover milk and cream, the Saint-Félicien is now a clear proof of excellence of the French gastronomy in Isere, in the French Alps, along with the Saint-Marcellin. The Saint-Félicien is made from raw cow’s milk, left to drain for a week and then left...

Soleil Levant cheese selection (limited edition)

£40.00

As part of our collaboration with Dassaï - Joël Robuchon, we imagined a selection of cheeses perfectly suited to sake.In the Soleil Levant cheese selection ("rising sun"), there are the following cheeses and sake:- Brun de Noix, a cheese made in Machecoul, whose rind washed with walnut liquor gives a perfect balance between nutty and milky notes- Meule de Savoie,...

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