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Cabri d'ici

£7.56

Originally from Poitou, it is now made in our own dairy from the milk of pasture-grazed goats. Matured up to 4 weeks, it has a soft and meltingly soft texture and a thin blue grey rind. Its flavours are fresh and tangy. Fresher and lighter than a Loire Valley cheese (like Selles sur Cher), it is a very smooth and...

Chabichou du Poitou

£8.73

The famous Chabichou du Poitou (PDO since 1990) is made in our workshop in Fontenille (Deux-Sèvres) in Poitou. Our famous Chabichou du Poitou, which has earned critics’ acclaim as well as several awards granted by the General Agricultural Competition in Paris, is the perfect embodiment of this exceptional range. It is a traditional cheese made from unpasteurised goat milk. Having...

Crottin de pays

£3.16

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...

Long cendré

£9.41

Long Cendré is a goat’s log made from unpasteurised milk following a traditional recipe from Poitou-Charentes. Dusted in charcoal ash to neutralise acidity, it develops a thin ashy, slightly wrinkled natural rind. It has a firm and homogenous ivory-coloured paste with a soft, almost velvety texture and delicate flavours with hints of fresh hay and citrus. Approx. 240gProducer : Fromagerie...

Montrachet

£11.52

The Montrachet is a farmhouse cheese from the Burgundy region. The production is unique and the cheese is named after the area where it is made. The cheese is wrapped in a chestnut tree leaf and has a grey rind with blue hues. It is a soft cheese with a firm texture. Its rich and powerful nutty taste makes it...

Mothais sur feuille

£11.27

Made from raw milk produced by Alpine goats, it is matured for 4 to 7 weeks. The chestnut leaf controls the humidity of the cheese, absorbing the extra moisture if needed and giving it back to the cheese when it becomes too dry. It has a thin white bloomy rind, slightly creased. Blue dots of mould can appear as it...

Pont d'Yeu

£8.55

Named after the legendary bridge that was never built to link the wild Isle of Yeu to the continent, this is another delicious cheese we make. It is a traditional recipe from Vendée, where the goats graze on lush green pastures. Matured up to 4 weeks, it has a creamy, meltingly soft texture, beneath a thin blue grey rind. Its...

Saint-Héray

£8.32

In 1906, pastor Eynard started to make goat's milk bloomy rind cheese in la Mothe-Saint-Héray village (Deux-Sèvres). The Saint-Heray is a "chèvre-boite" with a creamy texture and tangy notes.It is an original addition to a cheeseboard!Approx. 180gProducer : Fromagerie de la Mothe-Saint-Héray (Beillevaire)Origin: Deux-SèvresMilk : thermised goat's milkAllergens : milk

Sainte-Maure de Touraine

£12.02

Being granted PDO in 1990, Sainte-Maure de Touraine is one of the most famous goat’s cheeses in France. Its origins go back to the Middle-Ages, after goats were introduced by the Moors. It is made in the eponymous village of Sainte-Maure, in the Loire Valley, and is easily recognised by its small log-like shape and the traditional ryegrass straw running...

Valencay

£11.89

A PDO cheese since 1998, the Valençay comes from the eponymous village in Indre, a region famous for its goat cheeses. Moulded by hand, it is the shape of a truncated pyramid, looking particularly striking. Matured for at least 11 days, it has a thin and firm texture that becomes creamier around the edges which may be slightly crumbly. Like...