Monthly Cheese Club, Organic

Monthly Cheese Club, Organic

£15.50
Organic

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Most customers have this item on a regular delivery, so we’ll send this along for you every four weeks automatically. That way you won’t have to set yourself any reminders to do so. Brilliant.
Another month, another fantastic quartet of delicious organic cheese. These have been
carefully selected by our resident dairy aficionado, Ilyas. They can be combined to make
one mighty cheese board or enjoyed individually. Don't be tempted to order more than one of these at a time (unless you want two of the same selection in the same week). This roster of ravishing cheeses changes every month. Add one to your order to arrive every four weeks and you’ll be set to receive a new line-up every month.
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Deliveries from:
Monday 26th July
Monday 2nd August
Bix, Organic, Nettlebed Creamery (100g)
To call Nettlebed Creamery’s Bix cheese ‘buttery’ really undersells the experience. Both the flavour and the texture have a generously rich quality to them and this stems from having such top-quality milk in the mix. Nettlebed’s Montbeliarde, Swedish Red and Holstein Friesian cows graze on organic grasses, clover chicory, yarrow and even plantain, and all of this amounts to a truly unique cheese. Add a slice to a savoury cracker and you’ll find smooth creaminess by the bucketload.
Gorgonzola Dolce (200g)
Our final dairy delight is an Italian favourite, CasArrigoni’s Gorgonzola Dolce. The exquisite craftsmanship that goes into this creamy, indulgence begins with the sweet milk of alpine cows and temperature-controlled aging over three months. The result is a soft blue that melts in the mouth with every taste. Such a smooth cheese is a cook’s best friend but Gorgonzola Dolce also makes a great table cheese. Simply spread over crusty bread and pair with a silky bottle of Chianti.
Melbury, Organic, Woodlands Dairy (140g)
Dorset’s Woodlands Dairy have mastered making award-winning yogurts but their mellow Melbury shows they’re no one-trick pony. Woodland Dairy’s organic ewe’s milk makes for a mild, pure cheese but as the flavour lingers it develops into an enticingly tangy taste. The cheese’s close texture is similar to Manchego and is best enjoyed at room temperature. As it softens, the Melbury becomes a versatile delight, as wellsuited to sitting on an oatcake as it is to bubbling in a sauce.
Wensleydale, Lye Cross (245g)
This Wensleydale from the esteemed Lye Cross Farm ticks all the boxes of such a well-loved cheese. Aged for only three months, this young, handcrafted cheese is delightfully crumbly and light. Lye Cross use traditional cheese-making methods to develop a moreish, milky-sweet flavour that pairs beautifully with the sweeter things in life. Dot with a fruity chutney or serve with a slice of fruit cake for a classic combination that brings out the best in this freshtasting favourite.
Bix, Organic, Nettlebed Creamery (100g)
To call Nettlebed Creamery’s Bix cheese ‘buttery’ really undersells the experience. Both the flavour and the texture have a generously rich quality to them and this stems from having such top-quality milk in the mix. Nettlebed’s Montbeliarde, Swedish Red and Holstein Friesian cows graze on organic grasses, clover chicory, yarrow and even plantain, and all of this amounts to a truly unique cheese. Add a slice to a savoury cracker and you’ll find smooth creaminess by the bucketload.
Gorgonzola Dolce (200g)
Our final dairy delight is an Italian favourite, CasArrigoni’s Gorgonzola Dolce. The exquisite craftsmanship that goes into this creamy, indulgence begins with the sweet milk of alpine cows and temperature-controlled aging over three months. The result is a soft blue that melts in the mouth with every taste. Such a smooth cheese is a cook’s best friend but Gorgonzola Dolce also makes a great table cheese. Simply spread over crusty bread and pair with a silky bottle of Chianti.
Melbury, Organic, Woodlands Dairy (140g)
Dorset’s Woodlands Dairy have mastered making award-winning yogurts but their mellow Melbury shows they’re no one-trick pony. Woodland Dairy’s organic ewe’s milk makes for a mild, pure cheese but as the flavour lingers it develops into an enticingly tangy taste. The cheese’s close texture is similar to Manchego and is best enjoyed at room temperature. As it softens, the Melbury becomes a versatile delight, as wellsuited to sitting on an oatcake as it is to bubbling in a sauce.
Wensleydale, Lye Cross (245g)
This Wensleydale from the esteemed Lye Cross Farm ticks all the boxes of such a well-loved cheese. Aged for only three months, this young, handcrafted cheese is delightfully crumbly and light. Lye Cross use traditional cheese-making methods to develop a moreish, milky-sweet flavour that pairs beautifully with the sweeter things in life. Dot with a fruity chutney or serve with a slice of fruit cake for a classic combination that brings out the best in this freshtasting favourite.

Allergen information: Abel & Cole handles celery, celeriac and nuts on site. Due to our packing process and re-use of boxes there is a risk of cross-contamination from these, and all other allergens.

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Traditional methods of cheese making, beautiful organic milk... With over 50 different kinds, we've something to please even the most discerning organic cheese lover.

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