Father’s Day Gifts

Home Nations Euro Cheese Board – £25.00

Lanark Blue  (Allergy advice:- Cow’s milk, Unpasteurised, Animal Rennet)

The firm, open-textured centre is slightly acidic with citrus notes, while the softer ‘breakdown’ is rich and smooth. The velvety grey rind also plays its part adding earthy, mushroom notes. Named after the farm in Wales where it was made for 18 years.

Isle of Mull cheddar   ( Allergy advice:- Cow’s milk, Unpasteurised, Animal Rennet)

A standard bearer for traditional West Country farmhouse cheddar, Montgomery’s is rightly lauded as one of Britain’s greatest cheeses. Jamie Montgomery is the third generation of the family to make it, using unpasteurised milk from the farm’s herd of Friesians and traditional cheese-making methods. Complex heritage starter cultures and calf’s rennet give layers of flavour, while the cheese is muslin-bound and matured for around 12 months. The final texture is firm and slightly brittle with deep, rich, nutty flavours and a hint of spice as it matures. Awarded Gold at the British Cheese Awards 2019 and won Reserve Champion in 2018.

Gorwydd Caerphilly    (Allergy advice:- Cow’s milk, Unpasteurised, Animal Rennet)

The firm, open-textured centre is slightly acidic with citrus notes, while the softer ‘breakdown’ is rich and smooth. The velvety grey rind also plays its part adding earthy, mushroom notes. Named after the farm in Wales where it was made for 18 years.

Rachel         (Allergy advice:- Goats milk, Unpasteurised,Vegetabl e Rennet) 

Named after a friend of the Cheese maker, curvy, sweet and slighly nutty, this cheese is warm, pleasant and not too “goaty!!”

Baron Bigod   (Allergy advice:- Cow’s milk, Unpasteurised, Animal Rennet)

Third-generation dairy farmer Jonny Crickmore and his wife Dulcie became so fed up with rock bottom milk prices in the late noughties that they decided to turn their hands to cheese-making. After a whirlwind trip to France to buy a herd of Montbéliarde cows, the couple returned home to Suffolk to make a raw milk Brie de Meaux-style cheese called Baron Bigod (pronounced ‘by-god’), which is named after a local 12th century nobleman. The instant popularity of the cheese has much to do with its silky paste and long complex flavours of farmyard, morels and warm earth. On its day, Baron Bigod can more than hold its own against anything made across the Channel. Awarded Silver at the 2019 and 2018 British Cheese Awards.

Stag Biscuits

(Approx 150g of each cheese)

Father’s Day Gift Vouchers

Father’s Day Cheese Taster Box – £25.00

Includes: Lincolnshire Poacher, Rutland Red, Richard III Wensleydale, Mrs Kirkhams Smoked Lancashire, Leeds Blue, Yorkshire Blue, Tunworth, Pont L’eveque, Goats Crotin, Fowlers Sage Derby

Fathers Day Gift Box – £22.50

Black Bomber (200g)

Beechwood Smoked ( 200g)

Rosebud Beer Chutney

Elements Ale Crackers

Roastology Supernova Coffee