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PITCHFORK CHEDDAR

Pitchfork Cheddar is made only 5 miles away from Cheddar itself, using traditional methods before being cloth-bound with lard. The name ‘Pitchfork’ originates from the way in which cheddar was historically made, when old farming tools were used to toss the curds. They still use similar methods today with contemporary additions to this heritage process. Pitchfork is matured for...

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Clawson Charnwood Smoked Cheddar

A delicious smoky Cheddar cheese, lightly dusted with paprika.  Charnwood has a firm and creamy texture with a superb balance of flavors and a wonderful smoky aroma, and brings lively variety to a cheeseboard. Try it on crackers with a pint of English cider.

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Somerdale Wenslydale with Lemon and Honey

Wensleydale is a cheese steeped in history a changing history. Cistercian monks brought the recipe from France when they settled in Yorkshire. Originally, Wensleydale was made using sheep’s milk and was typically a blue cheese with mould development encouraged. During the 14th century, the monks began to use proportionately more cow’s milk, changing the character of the...

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Lincolnshire Poacher 1/4 whls

Lincolnshire Poacher is made similar to traditional cheddar. It is matured for 14-24 months and although the taste varies with the seasons it usually has a distinctive fruity, nutty taste with a clean sweet finish. It has been described as sitting somewhere between the continental hard mountain cheeses (such as Comte) and traditional West Country Cheddar.

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Montgomery’s Cheddar 1/4 wheels

A very popular cheddar selected by Neal’s Yard Dairy. Produced within twenty miles of the town of Cheddar in the lush dairy land of Somerset. Montgomery’s Cheddar is dry and flaky with deep, rich, fruity, and savory flavors and an incredibly long finish.

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Rustic Red Cheddar

This cheddar was the result of an accidental merging of two cheeses. Alpine cultures were added to a savory cheddar and when cheesemakers tasted the batch, they were surprised at the delightfully sweet caramelized notes and the crumbly texture. The bright red color makes it a stand out in any cheese plate.

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****No Longer Available**** Spicy Tomato Relish – England Preserves

Founders Sky Cracknell and Kai Knutsen started England Preserves in 2001 with a mission to make preserves with low sugar and locally sourced ingredients. Though the flavor combinations may not be familiar to the American palette, they’re indicative of classic English taste. They teeter on the edge of being savory or sweet, making them not only great for cheese, but for everything...

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****No Longer Available**** Gooseberry & Elderflower – England Preserves

Founders Sky Cracknell and Kai Knutsen started England Preserves in 2001 with a mission to make preserves with low sugar and locally sourced ingredients. Though the flavor combinations may not be familiar to the American palette, they’re indicative of classic English taste. They teeter on the edge of being savory or sweet, making them not only great for cheese, but for everything...

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****No Longer Available**** Red Onion Marmalade – England Preserves

Founders Sky Cracknell and Kai Knutsen started England Preserves in 2001 with a mission to make preserves with low sugar and locally sourced ingredients. Though the flavor combinations may not be familiar to the American palette, they’re indicative of classic English taste. They teeter on the edge of being savory or sweet, making them not only great for cheese, but for everything...

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****No Longer Available**** Blackcurrant Blighty – England Preserves

Founders Sky Cracknell and Kai Knutsen started England Preserves in 2001 with a mission to make preserves with low sugar and locally sourced ingredients. Though the flavor combinations may not be familiar to the American palette, they’re indicative of classic English taste. They teeter on the edge of being savory or sweet, making them not only great for cheese, but for everything...

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