Ovens & Murray Advertiser

Wedding cheese .. cake

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CHEESE towers make a wonderful alternativ­e to a traditiona­l wedding cake -just ask the team at Milawa Cheese Company.

With a range that includes hard cheddar, softer blue, brie, camembert and washed rinds, as well as delicate goat’s milk chevres (which make a great top per for the tower ), you are sure to find the perfect choice to provide a unique twist and a talking point among your guests.

“A wedding is all about the opportunit­y to express your personalit­y as a couple and if handmade cheese is what you’ re about, wear every supportive of that ,” said Kellie Wiedemann, Event Manager for Milawa Cheese Company.

“At Milawa Cheese, we love helping couples design a cheese tower that creates a statement on the night, as well as delicious memories.”

Once the tower is cut, the cheese can be served on aboard, for a casual sharing feast, or individual­ly plated as a finishing touch to a fine dining menu. Quince paste, fresh and dried fruits, bread or crackers make great accompanim­ents, and the tower can be decorated with and array of flowers and flourishes.

The fun needn’ t end when the celebratio­ns do; any left over cheese can be made into next-level to as ties for your guests the following day.

To organise a tasting for a wedding cheese tower, contact Milawa Cheese Co.

 ?? ?? UNIQUE: A cheese tower in lieu of a traditiona­l wedding cake will keep your guests talking long after the event. Flowers and Styling: Scout’ s Garden. PHOTO: Beech worth Photograph­ers
UNIQUE: A cheese tower in lieu of a traditiona­l wedding cake will keep your guests talking long after the event. Flowers and Styling: Scout’ s Garden. PHOTO: Beech worth Photograph­ers

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