Fathers Day Pre Order - Classic Courtyard Dairy Cheese Selection
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A lovingly put together selection of the finest cheese we could find supplied by the courtyard dairy. Dads will love this classic selection.
The Selection includes
- 200g Hafod Cheddar
- 200g Sparkenhoe Vintage (18mth Matured Farmhouse Red Leicester)
- 200g Fellstone (Traditional Dales Cheese similar to Wensleydale)
- 200g Baron Bigod (Unpastuerised British Brie)
- 1 Box of St Peters Yard Sourdough Crackers
More Details below;
Made from a small farm with only 65 Ayrshire cows. Hafod is a clothbound Cheddar from a very traditional recipe, this produces a cheese that is buttery and smooth, with that special Cheddar tang.
At The Courtyard Dairy the best Hafod Cheddar truckles are carefully selected then matured on-site a bit longer (to 14-months). The 14-month old cheeses retain their buttery flavours alongside developing a real unique special tang.
Sparkenhoe Vintage Red Leicester
The only unpasteurised farmhouse red Leicester made in the world.
This version of Sparkenhoe red Leicester is the vintage profile; aged for 18 months, which gives it a strong, powerful flavour.
Made by Jo and David Clarke in Market Bosworth, Leicestershire, England.
Tom and Clare Noblet started to make cheese in 2015 on their dairy farm on the edge of the Lake District. Based on a traditional old ‘dales’ recipe of the north of England, Fellstone is aged for three months by which time it has the fresh lemony-lactic flavours of a good Wensleydale, with a supple, firmer texture.
This is farmhouse Wensleydale how it used to be, and it’s still being developed – Fellstone is one to watch.
Made by Tom and Clare Noblet at Whin Yeats Farm, Hutton Roof, near Carnforth, Cumbria, England.
Aged to perfect ripeness in The Courtyard Dairy’s maturing rooms, Baron Bigod is Britain’s first unpasteurised Brie to be made on the farm in traditional large (3kg) wheels, and ladled by hand. The French are jealous…
Made by Jonathan and Dulcie Crickmore in Bungay, Suffolk, England.