Not dissimilar to a French Tomme De Savoie, Stoney Cross is mould-ripened and has a smooth texture with a creamy, buttery texture. Sweet and subtle flavours, with a distinctly earthy finish, the name Stoney Cross comes from an old World War II airfield, some 2 miles to the South of of the Lyburn creamery.
At once complex and balanced, savoury and mellow, this farmhouse revival of a classic British cheese is full of flavour without any aggressive acidity. the texture is firm, chewy and pleasantly moist.
Semi Soft cheese from the Montbeliard, Simmental region of France. It has a very distinctive pleasant, aromatic smell with a creamy texture, similar to Gruyere cheeses, and does not separate even when melted. The flavour can vary from nutty, slightly acidic to milky
Made with raw cow’s milk and animal rennet
A cow’s milk cheese that, as the name suggests, has hints of garlic and onion, with support from other ingredients such as chives, parsley, paprika, ginger, and horseradish. The nettle gives the cheese a touch of colour, that can be quite clearly seen, yet the garlic remains subtle presenting a young, firm, well balanced cheese
Stichelton can exhibit a multitude of long lasting flavours, ranging from green apples to beef stock. It has a juicy acidity and toasty, biscuity notes towards the rind. The texture tends to be soft and creamy.
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