Monthly Cheese Club, Organic | Abel & Cole

Monthly Cheese Club, Organic

£14.50
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Q: What’s Jay Z’s favourite cheese?
A: Brie-yoncé of course!
Now that we’ve got the cheesy jokes out of the way, it’s time to get down to the eating. It’s another fantastic fromage foursome for you this week. Consider your crackers covered.
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Deliveries from:
Monday 18th June
Monday 25th June
Cenarth Brie (200g)
This is a show-stopper of an organic cheese. It's creamy and gooey, with an enrapturing aroma that gets better with age. It's everything a beautiful brie should be. There's also an interesting hint of mushrooms flowing throughout it's already rich flavour. Your cheese board won't be complete without this beauty on it, and it also pairs well with chicken, steak or roasted veg. And if you're feeling a tad naughty, deep fry it and partner it with some cranberry sauce.
Green's Farmhouse Cheddar (350g)
This delicious cheddar is PDO, which means that it’s a classic West Country Cheddar, made and “cheddared” by hand with milk from local cows (they moo with a lovely West Country lilt) then aged for at least 9 months. It’s creamy with a full bodied flavour and lingering, slightly nutty finish.

Try it with... A bottle of west country cider of course!
Roquefort, Papillon (100g)
Roquefort has some serious heritage, first mentioned in a text from the 11th century (no joke) it’s been produced exclusively in Roquefort for over 600 years. The special penicillium roqueforti mould that the cheesemakers at Papillon use is extracted from rye bread as is tradition. The cheese is then aged in special caves of the region which were formed when a mountain collapsed many many moons ago. The Roquefort itself really packs a punch, it’s crumbly, quite sharp and salty.

Try it with: Great on a salad or on a slice of rye bread.

MILK 96.09% *, Ferments 0.2 %, Salt 3.6 %, Rennet (ANIMAL, CALF) 0.1 %, Penicillium roqueforti 0.01%

* = produced to organic standards.

NOT suitable for Vegetarians.
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.
Cenarth Brie (200g)
This is a show-stopper of an organic cheese. It's creamy and gooey, with an enrapturing aroma that gets better with age. It's everything a beautiful brie should be. There's also an interesting hint of mushrooms flowing throughout it's already rich flavour. Your cheese board won't be complete without this beauty on it, and it also pairs well with chicken, steak or roasted veg. And if you're feeling a tad naughty, deep fry it and partner it with some cranberry sauce.
Green's Farmhouse Cheddar (350g)
This delicious cheddar is PDO, which means that it’s a classic West Country Cheddar, made and “cheddared” by hand with milk from local cows (they moo with a lovely West Country lilt) then aged for at least 9 months. It’s creamy with a full bodied flavour and lingering, slightly nutty finish.

Try it with... A bottle of west country cider of course!
Roquefort, Papillon (100g)
Roquefort has some serious heritage, first mentioned in a text from the 11th century (no joke) it’s been produced exclusively in Roquefort for over 600 years. The special penicillium roqueforti mould that the cheesemakers at Papillon use is extracted from rye bread as is tradition. The cheese is then aged in special caves of the region which were formed when a mountain collapsed many many moons ago. The Roquefort itself really packs a punch, it’s crumbly, quite sharp and salty.

Try it with: Great on a salad or on a slice of rye bread.

MILK 96.09% *, Ferments 0.2 %, Salt 3.6 %, Rennet (ANIMAL, CALF) 0.1 %, Penicillium roqueforti 0.01%

* = produced to organic standards.

NOT suitable for Vegetarians.
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.
Cracking organic cheese
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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