This is simply a creamier, softer and younger version of Double Gloucester flavored with chives and onions. Wheels are about 10 inches in diameter and weigh about 6 pounds, standing 2 inches high. A harmonious blend of mellow, crumbly cheese and powerful vegetables, Cotswold is a terrific complement to the softer, more mild flavors on your cheese board.
Our Coombe Castle Wensleydale is combined with the finest blueberries to make this classic sweet blend. The deep purple flecks of the blueberries create a striking contrast with the creamy coloured Wensleydale.
Originating from North Yorkshire, Wensleydale is considered a British classic. It is thought that the cheese dates back to the Middle Ages, being introduced in Britain by Cistercian monks who settled in the town of Wensleydale.
Good value, nutritious and an extraordinary taste. Colliers is made to one recipe, matured and packed in Denbighshire. Throughout the maturation period this cheese undergoes a thorough and highly demanding grading regime, which results in amazing consistency throughout the year.
Cow`s Milk blue-veined cheese marbled with a bluish-green mold. Almost similar to Stilton in size and texture, Shropshire Blue`s most defining characteristic is the bright orange color (colored with annatto) of the body with brighter blue veins than that of Stilton.
One of many fruit-infused Wensleydale varieties that Coombe Castle has to offer, Wensleydale with Apricots is at once creamy, buttery and palate pleasing with the addition of dried apricots. Adding a hint of color and bits of texture, this classic Wensleydale cheese, clean, mild and ivory-colored, gets an upgrade with this “Fruit of the Gods.” Wensleydale with Apricots is great in a traditional European-style breakfast featuring hot scones and smoked meats.