Monthly Cheese Club, Organic | Abel & Cole

Monthly Cheese Club, Organic

£14.50
Organic

New organic cheeses each month with tasting notes
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We’ve another formidably delicious foursome for you this month: a blue cheese with a twist from Caws Cenarth, a nutty tangy pecorino from Sardinia, an Irish brie, and Caerffili from the Welsh Valleys made to a generations-old recipe. Let's tuck in...
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Deliveries from:
Monday 20th November
Monday 27th November
Irish Brie, Organic, Organic, The Little Milk Company (150g)
A fully rich and extra creamy organic brie. When it's young it's firm with a mild taste and then it'll be softer with a stronger flavour and finally it'll become gooey (yum) with a very strong flavour as it ages. The Little Milk Company started in March 2008 and involves ten organic milk farmers throughout Ireland. The Little Milk Company turned to creating premium soft cheeses with the organic milk they made (and other local organic ingredients of the highest quality). The Little Milk Company is a story of sustainable, great tasting, good for the environment food and it’s no surprise we’ve fallen in love with the multi award-winning cheeses they make.
Pecorino DOP, Organic (200g)
This Pecorino is from Sardinia with milk from a special Sardinian breed of sheep. It’s aged for three months and has the lovely nutty flavour you’d expect from a hard ewe’s milk cheese with a slight tartness at the end. It’s not to be confused with a Pecorino Romano which is much saltier and stronger.

Try it with: Delicious used in a pesto or drizzled with honey.

Organic Ewe's MILK*, salt, rennet, milk enzymes.
* = produced to organic standards.
NOT suitable for Vegetarians.
Perl Las Blue, Organic (150g)
Perl Las (or Blue Pearl) is made by the talented Carwyn Adams in Carmarthenshire, South Wales. His parents, Gwynfor and Thelma started making Caerffili back in the ‘80s. This lovely, creamy, salty blue cheese was the result of some caerffili that unintentionally grew a blue green mould. Lucky for us the Adams perfected Perl Las to produce a blue cheese quite unlike any other which probably helped it win a Gold Medal at the Mondial du Fromage in Paris this year.

Try it with... Welsh rarebit with spring onions or leeks.
Thelma's Original Caerffili, Organic, Caws Cenarth (180g)
This is a Welsh classic, crafted to perfection through generations of know-how (Carwyn's great great grandmums started it all). It has a loose texture, and crumbles slightly, and your palate will be tickled by its delicate flavour. Oh, and the lady in the tub is Thelma (mum of Carwyn), dressed as Cleopatra, and she's sat in a bath of milk. This, while being towed through the town of Carmarthen, was her form of protest against the 1984 milk quotas capping milk production that resulted in milk becoming cheaper than water.
Irish Brie, Organic, The Little Milk Company (150g)
A fully rich and extra creamy organic brie. When it's young it's firm with a mild taste and then it'll be softer with a stronger flavour and finally it'll become gooey (yum) with a very strong flavour as it ages. The Little Milk Company started in March 2008 and involves ten organic milk farmers throughout Ireland. The Little Milk Company turned to creating premium soft cheeses with the organic milk they made (and other local organic ingredients of the highest quality). The Little Milk Company is a story of sustainable, great tasting, good for the environment food and it’s no surprise we’ve fallen in love with the multi award-winning cheeses they make.
Pecorino DOP, Organic (200g)
This Pecorino is from Sardinia with milk from a special Sardinian breed of sheep. It’s aged for three months and has the lovely nutty flavour you’d expect from a hard ewe’s milk cheese with a slight tartness at the end. It’s not to be confused with a Pecorino Romano which is much saltier and stronger.

Try it with: Delicious used in a pesto or drizzled with honey.

Organic Ewe's MILK*, salt, rennet, milk enzymes.
* = produced to organic standards.
NOT suitable for Vegetarians.
Perl Las Blue, Organic (150g)
Perl Las (or Blue Pearl) is made by the talented Carwyn Adams in Carmarthenshire, South Wales. His parents, Gwynfor and Thelma started making Caerffili back in the ‘80s. This lovely, creamy, salty blue cheese was the result of some caerffili that unintentionally grew a blue green mould. Lucky for us the Adams perfected Perl Las to produce a blue cheese quite unlike any other which probably helped it win a Gold Medal at the Mondial du Fromage in Paris this year.

Try it with... Welsh rarebit with spring onions or leeks.
Thelma's Original Caerffili, Organic, Caws Cenarth (180g)
This is a Welsh classic, crafted to perfection through generations of know-how (Carwyn's great great grandmums started it all). It has a loose texture, and crumbles slightly, and your palate will be tickled by its delicate flavour. Oh, and the lady in the tub is Thelma (mum of Carwyn), dressed as Cleopatra, and she's sat in a bath of milk. This, while being towed through the town of Carmarthen, was her form of protest against the 1984 milk quotas capping milk production that resulted in milk becoming cheaper than water.
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Traditional methods of cheese making, organic milk rich in Omega-3... With over 50 different kinds, we've something to please even the most discerning organic cheese lover.

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