Monthly Cheese Club, Organic | Abel & Cole

Monthly Cheese Club, Organic

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Organic
New organic cheeses each month with tasting notes
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This month we’re celebrating our most popular British artisan cheeses. Cheese-making is a true art form and many in the biz refer to it as a “dark art” because of the alchemy of turning milk into hundreds of different flavoured and textured creations. Their closely guarded secrets make for some terrific treats that have to be tasted to be believed.
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Deliveries from:
Monday 24th July
Monday 31st July
Godminster Cheddar Heart (200g)
This Godminster vintage cheddar stole our heart the moment we tasted it on crusty bread with chutney. It has a roof tingly sharpness, while being outrageously creamy. The folk at Godminster are based on the edge of the ancient market town of Bruton in Somerset.
Perl Las Blue (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.
Saint Giles Cheese (150g)
A continental style, curd washed, semi soft cheese. Named after the Norman village Church in Horsted Keynes, it has a beautifully rich, buttery texture, a creamy mild flavour and a bright orange rind that is created from a coating of organic carrot.

Ingredients: organic pasteurised milk*, salt, organic carrot coating*, microbial rennet, cultures (* = organic)
Dietary information: Contains Milk. Suitable for Vegetarians. Try it with: A fresh apple or pear and crusty bread.
Wyfe Of Bath Cheese (200g)
The Wyfe of Bath from the Canterbury Tales was a lady who liked to take centre stage, so this cheese took the name and picked up cheese awards across the board. A firm rind and a nutty, creamy, buttery centre, this cheese certainly deserves its name.
Godminster Cheddar Heart (200g)
This Godminster vintage cheddar stole our heart the moment we tasted it on crusty bread with chutney. It has a roof tingly sharpness, while being outrageously creamy. The folk at Godminster are based on the edge of the ancient market town of Bruton in Somerset.
Perl Las Blue (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.
Saint Giles Cheese (150g)
A continental style, curd washed, semi soft cheese. Named after the Norman village Church in Horsted Keynes, it has a beautifully rich, buttery texture, a creamy mild flavour and a bright orange rind that is created from a coating of organic carrot.

Ingredients: organic pasteurised milk*, salt, organic carrot coating*, microbial rennet, cultures (* = organic)
Dietary information: Contains Milk. Suitable for Vegetarians. Try it with: A fresh apple or pear and crusty bread.
Wyfe Of Bath Cheese (200g)
The Wyfe of Bath from the Canterbury Tales was a lady who liked to take centre stage, so this cheese took the name and picked up cheese awards across the board. A firm rind and a nutty, creamy, buttery centre, this cheese certainly deserves its name.

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