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Burns Night Cheese Selection

£30.00

We have selected 3 cheeses pair with a range warm winter dishes, all of which are supplied and delivered by our cheese partner, Pong Cheese.

Morangie Brie
Made by Highland Fine Cheeses, this Scottish brie-style cheese comes from Tain. Underneath its bloomy rind, the texture is smooth and creamy. The aromas are mild, sweet, and milky, while the flavours are smooth, sweet, meaty, and creamy

Isle of Mull Cheddar
Isle of Mull Cheddar is made by the Reade family at Sgriob-ruadh farm near Tobermory on the Isle of Mull in Scotland. The cows are fed on fermented grain from the nearby Tobermory whisky distillery. This diet gives the cheese a sharp, fruity tang with a distinctly ‘boozy’ flavour and rich savouriness.

Sparkenhoe Red Leicester
Made at Sparkenhoe Farm in Leicestershire, this is a traditional farmhouse Red Leicester. Unpasteurised milk from their herd of Holstein- Friesian cows and traditional rennet is used to make this clothbound, red-coloured cheese. The texture is hard and crumbly but with a moist chewiness.

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We have selected 3 cheeses pair with a range warm winter dishes, all of which are supplied and delivered by our cheese partner, Pong Cheese.

Morangie Brie
Made by Highland Fine Cheeses, this Scottish brie-style cheese comes from Tain. Underneath its bloomy rind, the texture is smooth and creamy. The aromas are mild, sweet, and milky, while the flavours are smooth, sweet, meaty, and creamy

Isle of Mull Cheddar
Isle of Mull Cheddar is made by the Reade family at Sgriob-ruadh farm near Tobermory on the Isle of Mull in Scotland. The cows are fed on fermented grain from the nearby Tobermory whisky distillery. This diet gives the cheese a sharp, fruity tang with a distinctly ‘boozy’ flavour and rich savouriness.

Sparkenhoe Red Leicester
Made at Sparkenhoe Farm in Leicestershire, this is a traditional farmhouse Red Leicester. Unpasteurised milk from their herd of Holstein- Friesian cows and traditional rennet is used to make this clothbound, red-coloured cheese. The texture is hard and crumbly but with a moist chewiness.