The best of British!
These tasty speciality cheeses are all produced in the UK and can be bought in your local supermarket
Co-op British Goats Cheese, 65g/£1.59
A lovely creamy and subtly mild goat’s cheese. Tastes great spread generously on toast and topped with walnuts and honey.
Waitrose Moody’s Rosary Ash Goats Cheese, 100g/£3.89
This goat’s milk cheese is made at Chris and Clare Moody’s dairy in the small village of Landford on the edge of the New Forest. A fresh and lemony cheese with a unique edible ash coating.
Tesco Finest Clawson Mature Blue Stilton, 215g/£2.75
Made by the Clawson cheesemakers in Melton Mowbray this soft and crumbly Stilton has a complex flavour that is carefully matured over eight weeks.
Co-op Irresistible Blacksticks White, 150g/£2.19
A rare vegetarian blue cheese (uses GM-free rennet) from Butlers Cheese in Lancashire. This is a rather mellow blue with a buttery taste. Excellent in a Waldorf salad as it doesn’t overpower the other ingredients.
Tesco Finest Cave-Aged Cheddar Cheese, 150g/£2.15
A rich, full-flavoured, mouth-watering mature cheddar with earthy notes. Matured in the ancient Wookey Hole Caves on the edge of the Mendip Hills.
Waitrose Sparkenhoe Red Leicester, 200g/£4.49
Traditional Red Leicester had fallen out of production until Jo and David Clarke revived it in 2005. This artisan cheese is handmade on their farm near Market Bosworth, using unpasteurised milk from their Holstein Friesian cows then matured in cloth for at least six months!