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Which wine should you pair with the flavours of alpine cheese?

10 January 2020 — Cheesemakers, Features

Stretching from France through to Austria, the Alps are one of the most beautiful and iconic mountain ranges in Europe. They immediately conjure images of jagged snow-capped peaks, rolling green […]

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Christmas Cheeseboard

How to create the perfect Christmas Cheeseboard

12 December 2019 — Features

It’s a truth universally acknowledged that no matter how much Christmas dinner we’ve had, there’s always space for cheese. Whether it’s served before dessert, after dessert, or even as a starter; it’s a great opportunity to wow your guests. And at Christmas time, you can really push the boat out and create something spectacular…

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AJC Prize Draw

Win a huge Alex James Cheese Prize Bundle + 6 runner up cheese box prizes!

19 November 2019 — Features

Rock star turned cheese producer, Blur’s Alex James, has been busy creating a whole new collection of British cheeses for your pleasure. To celebrate the launch of his new cheese range, we’re giving away one incredible Alex James Cheese prize bundle.

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Can you eat Cheese Rind

Can you eat Cheese Rind?

7 November 2019 — Features

There are many delicious cheeses that have a distinctive rind around the edge. The question is, can (or should) you eat it?

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Shepherds Purse Harogate Blue buy at Pong Cheese

A focus on: Shepherds Purse

25 October 2019 — Features

Based in North Yorkshire, Shepherds Purse is a proudly independent, traditional cheese-making business. It is run by a team of 30 passionate artisans being led by Katie and Caroline, the […]

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Baronet

A focus on: Baronet

4 October 2019 — Cheesemakers, Features

Neston Park, based in Wiltshire, is an extraordinary estate with over 200 years of history. Owned by the Fuller family who were historically responsible for setting up a co-operative farmers […]

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Gorgonzola Dolce

A focus on: Gorgonzola Dolce

4 October 2019 — Features

World’s oldest blue cheese? Gorgonzola is one of the world’s oldest blue cheeses. It is said that for centuries the cheese was produced in Gorgonzola, near Milan, dating back to […]

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Vacherin Mont d’Or Cheese Season is upon us!

23 September 2019 — Cheesemakers, Events, Features, News

On September 21st 2019, in the Swiss village of Les Charbonnières in Canton Vaud, in the foothills of the Jura Mountains, Vacherin Mont D’Or AOC cheese was officially released back […]

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Golden-Cenarth

A focus on: Caws Cenarth

16 September 2019 — Features

Caws Cenarth is a family business started by Gwynfor and Thelma Adams in 1987 in response to Milk Quotas. On their farm Glyneithinog, in the lovely and lush valley of […]

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