Monthly Organic Cheese Club | Abel & Cole | Abel & Cole

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.
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Deliveries from:
Monday 25th March
Monday 1st April
Cotswold Blue Brie, Organic, Simon Weaver Organics (140g)
The Weavers have been farming in the Cotswolds for three generations, in the South West of England. This is a soft, white-moulded cheese with a Roquefort blue mould running through the centre. It has a delicious creamy texture, with a fresh clean taste that develops as the cheese ages into a rich aromatic piquancy
Red Label Goat's Cheese, Organic, Santa Gadea (135g)
A soft, dunkable, almost brie-like thing of beauty, with all the signature tang that comes from the milk of goats who roam freely amongst 2000 acres. This presents beautifully on a cheeseboard in its little wooden box, but will excel equally in your cooking. Whip it up into a caramelised onion and goat’s cheese tart and fall in love at first bite
Wensleydale, Lye Cross (245g)
A fantastic crumbly young cheese, carefully matured for one to three months to retain its mild flavour. Lye Cross Farm is set at the foot of the Mendip hills, in Somerset. All the gorgeous flowers and rich grasses make for the tastiest milk, which is put to use in their old-fashioned cheese-making skills, to make fantastic cheese.
Wyfe Of Bath Cheese (200g)
Back in 2000, Graham Padfield created the Wyfe of Bath cheese, a nutty sweet semi-hard cheese inspired by The Canterbury Tales. Evoking buttercups and summer meadows, it’s made by placing the curd in cloth lined baskets. It retains the basket shape and has a soft light caramel colour. A taste of old England.
Cotswold Blue Brie, Organic, Simon Weaver Organics (140g)
The Weavers have been farming in the Cotswolds for three generations, in the South West of England. This is a soft, white-moulded cheese with a Roquefort blue mould running through the centre. It has a delicious creamy texture, with a fresh clean taste that develops as the cheese ages into a rich aromatic piquancy
Red Label Goat's Cheese, Organic, Santa Gadea (135g)
A soft, dunkable, almost brie-like thing of beauty, with all the signature tang that comes from the milk of goats who roam freely amongst 2000 acres. This presents beautifully on a cheeseboard in its little wooden box, but will excel equally in your cooking. Whip it up into a caramelised onion and goat’s cheese tart and fall in love at first bite
Wensleydale, Lye Cross (245g)
A fantastic crumbly young cheese, carefully matured for one to three months to retain its mild flavour. Lye Cross Farm is set at the foot of the Mendip hills, in Somerset. All the gorgeous flowers and rich grasses make for the tastiest milk, which is put to use in their old-fashioned cheese-making skills, to make fantastic cheese.
Wyfe Of Bath Cheese (200g)
Back in 2000, Graham Padfield created the Wyfe of Bath cheese, a nutty sweet semi-hard cheese inspired by The Canterbury Tales. Evoking buttercups and summer meadows, it’s made by placing the curd in cloth lined baskets. It retains the basket shape and has a soft light caramel colour. A taste of old England.

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.

Cracking organic cheese
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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