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Uk Destination Cheese Box

Uk Destination Cheese Box

£28.50

Box full of cheeses from the uk holiday spots! Me like a lot of people this year are spending their holiday in the uk’s most beautiful holiday spot. But not only are these gorgeous places to spend the summer they have some of the best cheeses going. So keep an eye and and go and give them a taste. As featured on sunday Brunch

Including :

 

Biscuits & chutney plus

PERL LAS
Perl Las means ‘blue pearl’ in Welsh – a fitting name for a blue cheese that almost sparkles on the tongue. There’s a rich creaminess on first taste, followed by a short burst of saltiness before the delicate blue tang kicks in. A fudgey texture, which helps the cheese melt on the tongue, adds to the experience. Caws Cenarth was established in 1987 by Thelma Adams, who was well known for making traditional Welsh Caerphilly. Her son Carwyn now runs the business and has added a range of modern Welsh cheeses, including Perl Las, to critical acclaim.Try it on toast, drizzled with a little honey, or melted on a steak.
CORNISH KERN
Lynher Dairies, Cornwall, England Best known for the nettle-wrapped Cornish Yarg, Lynher Dairies, near Truro, looks to have another modern British classic on its hands with this gouda-style cheese. Made with cows’ milk from local farms and aged for more than 12 months, Kern has a hard texture with crystals forming as it matures. The flavour is full and rounded think caramel, hazelnuts and a satisfying savoury finish.
What’s in a name? Kern means ‘round’ in Cornish, referring to its shape. Awarded Super Gold at the 2017 World Cheese Awards
COOLEENEY
Cooleeney Cheese, Co. Tipperary, Ireland The verdant landscape of Tipperary iscow nirvana. Peaty soil, plenty of rain and
clover-rich grass means Cooleeney’s herd of pedigree Friesians produce rich, sweet milk that is perfect for making cheese.
The fourth generation business is best known for this Camembert-style cheese,which is luscious and buttery with hints of
oak and button mushrooms. The acidity of a sauvignon blanc cuts Through the richness of the cheese well or try a crisp pale ale to refresh the palate
between mouthfuls.

 

Box full of cheeses from the uk holiday spots! Me like a lot of people this year are spending their holiday in the uk’s most beautiful holiday spot. But not only are these gorgeous places to spend the summer they have some of the best cheeses going. So keep an eye and and go and give them a taste. As featured on sunday Brunch

Including :

 

Biscuits & chutney plus

PERL LAS
Perl Las means ‘blue pearl’ in Welsh – a fitting name for a blue cheese that almost sparkles on the tongue. There’s a rich creaminess on first taste, followed by a short burst of saltiness before the delicate blue tang kicks in. A fudgey texture, which helps the cheese melt on the tongue, adds to the experience. Caws Cenarth was established in 1987 by Thelma Adams, who was well known for making traditional Welsh Caerphilly. Her son Carwyn now runs the business and has added a range of modern Welsh cheeses, including Perl Las, to critical acclaim.Try it on toast, drizzled with a little honey, or melted on a steak.
CORNISH KERN
Lynher Dairies, Cornwall, England Best known for the nettle-wrapped Cornish Yarg, Lynher Dairies, near Truro, looks to have another modern British classic on its hands with this gouda-style cheese. Made with cows’ milk from local farms and aged for more than 12 months, Kern has a hard texture with crystals forming as it matures. The flavour is full and rounded think caramel, hazelnuts and a satisfying savoury finish.
What’s in a name? Kern means ‘round’ in Cornish, referring to its shape. Awarded Super Gold at the 2017 World Cheese Awards
COOLEENEY
Cooleeney Cheese, Co. Tipperary, Ireland The verdant landscape of Tipperary iscow nirvana. Peaty soil, plenty of rain and
clover-rich grass means Cooleeney’s herd of pedigree Friesians produce rich, sweet milk that is perfect for making cheese.
The fourth generation business is best known for this Camembert-style cheese,which is luscious and buttery with hints of
oak and button mushrooms. The acidity of a sauvignon blanc cuts Through the richness of the cheese well or try a crisp pale ale to refresh the palate
between mouthfuls.

 

 

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