Cheeses of the month

3rd January 2017

We have two cheeses that have 1/3 off this month –


Cave Aged Wookey Hole Cheddar

This award winning West Country Farmhouse cheddar has a gorgeous nutty, tangy flavour having been aged for up to six months in the Wookey Hole Caves wrapped in cloth.  Made by Ford Farm from milk only sourced in Dorset, it is also protected by PDO (Protected Designation of Origin) so can only be produced and matured in the counties of Dorset, Somerset, Devon & Cornwall.


Brie de Meaux Donge

The classic and original Brie is made just outside Paris by the third generation Dongé Family who have won the prestigious Medialle d’Or nine times since 2000 (an award usually won only once in a lifetime). Made using unpasteurised milk from the local area; it takes 25 litres to make one 3kg cheese.  Following traditional methods, the curd is hand-ladled before being drained and aged for 6-8 weeks.  Brie de Meaux has fruity vegetable undertones, with a smooth velvety texture.  A deliciously complex, rich cheese.