Originally made from the milk left over from Stilton making after quotas had been filled, this lovely cheese has a firm body with a slightly open and crumbly texture. Rich and buttery, with a full smooth flavor.
Cheshire is a hard-pressed, open textured, crumbly cheese with a clean sharp flavor. It is defined by its moist crumbly texture and mildly salty taste. Made both white and colored, it is one of the oldest recorded cheeses in history.
A wonderful semi-hard deep-bodied colored cheese. Made from whole milk. Savory and smooth, this cheese has been made since the 16th century and originally with milk from the Gloucester cow, which is now a protected species.
Sage Derby (pronounced "dahr-bee”) is a mild, mottled green, semi-hard cheese with a hint of garden sage running throughout. The first production began in the seventeenth century in England. Sage was added as a highly prized herb, known for its health giving properties.
A collection of the finest traditional English cheeses. Red Leicester, Double Gloucester, Lancashire, Cheddar and Cheshire are combined in five different layers that make up this striking display with some wonderful robust flavors.
Over 500 years ago, the village of Cheddar (in the English county of Somerset) was the birthplace of a very special product that has since gone on to become the world’s biggest selling cheese. This mature version of England’s favorite cheese is aged for six months giving it a distinctive creamy flavor.