nick's cheese selection
westcombe cheddar, baron bigod bril, colston bassett stilton, gorwydd caerphilly
george & joseph cheesemongers cheese selection from nick the cheesemonger

Nick's Cheese Selection

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At the recent photoshoot of cheesemonger Nick Chandler for our Meet the Mongers series we asked him what his dream cheeseboard would contain. So we've made it for your delight. It's a cracker! 

Included in this selection is approximately 400g of cheese along with a pack of Peter's Yard sourdough crackers and a jar of England Preserves chutney.

Click on the option to add a hamper box and this makes the perfect gift for the cheese lover in your life.

You can also choose the option of adding a small hamper box, we'll put all the contents in, make it look pretty and will send on direct to the recipient. 

The cheeses are: 

Westcombe Cheddar - UnP, Cow's Milk, Animal Rennet

A classic Somerset cheddar, earthy flavours. 

Gorwydd Caerphilly - UnP, Cow's Milk, Animal Rennet

This is without a doubt Nick's favourite cheese so his selection was always going to feature this crumbly territorial. 

Colston Bassett Stilton  - P, Cow's Milk, Vegetarian Rennet

Probably one of the best blue cheeses produced in the UK, consistently great with incredible veining.

Baron Bigod Suffolk Brie - UnP, Cow's Milk, Animal Rennet

Unctuous, we think this is better than many French bries, don't tell Emmanuelle! 


**PRODUCT SHELF LIFE - with the majority of our cheeses we cut and wrap them fresh to send out, hard cheeses last 7 to 10 days, softs last 5 to 7 days from date of dispatch. Please bear this in mind when choosing your date of delivery, you can choose up to 3 months in advance. We advise you arrange delivery for as close to your planned date of consumption as possible**

We do stock a small number of individually pre-wrapped cheeses which come in with longer best before dates and make a great option to go into hampers that will not be gifted for a while - please email for advise on which cheeses work best in this instance.