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BLUE BY COAL RIVER

Coal River Farm’s Blue is a mild, super-creamy gorgonzola-style cheese, utterly unctuous and delicious. Our tasting notes will give you the flavour profile, serving suggestions and more!

Shropshire Blue by Cropwell Bishop

The creamy texture has a sharp and strong flavour with a slightly spicy aroma. The bright orange hue comes from the addition of annatto, a natural food colouring. Although annatto does not change the flavour, the colour has made this cheese distinctive and world famous...

Bleu d’Auvergne - The Prince of the Blues

Quite often Roquefort is referred to as the King of the Blueswhile the Bleu d’Auvergne is called the Prince due to it’s younger, sweeter style. The creaminess of this offering from South-Central France will have you blessing the cheesemaker.

Fourme d’ambert 1000 years of tradition

We all know that France is well known for centuries of cheesemaking, history and tradition. Although Fourme d’Ambert is oneof the lesser known cheeses in Australia, it is certainly one ofFrances oldest dating back to the Roman occupation nearly1,000 years ago.

Gorgonzola Piccante - from the deep, dark depths of Valsassina

To many, the name Mauri is not one associated with Italy. Butthe first records show this surname to surface in Milan, thecapital of Lombardy. 

Organic Hand Ladled Stilton

It’s refreshing to see enduring businesses in a throwawaysociety. Often a business going for 10 years is “a long time”. Butwhen it comes to Cropwell Bishop, 160 years is kind of a bigdeal. 

Roquefort - The King of French Cheese

In a country of brilliant cheese, being declared “Le Roi desfromages” (The King of Cheeses), is no short task. Over thecenturies, Roquefort has captivated all who have tasted it, fromJulius Caesar to Denis Diderot.

Saint Agur - Double Cream or Blue?

You know you’re on to a winner when a cheese crosses over intotwo categories of soft and blue! This cheese is so creamy that itis actually classified as a double cream cheese. After 3 months ofmaturation to get the blue veins running through it, this cheeseis a delightful experience. 

Shadows of Blue by Tarago River

If cheesemakers had nightmares, Tarago River's Shadows of Blue would be the ultra scary kind because of the difficulty and skill it requires to be made. Oh but it sure is worth the holy dreams it brings to all the lucky mouths that devour it! 

Charlton’s Choice - A Masterpiece

Australia’s most awarded Cheesemaker, Barry Charlton, is the“Master of Blue” in this country. Having won everything up to,and including, Golds at the World Cheese Awards, Barry kindof knows a little something about making great cheese.

Crozier Blue - A Cheese Converted

One of the most enjoyable parts of cheese is learning about thehistories and stories that many of them hold. The Cashel storystarts 200 years ago when the Grubbs, a family of Quakers,establish themselves in the county of Tipperary, running severalsuccessful mills...

Bleu D'Auvergne

Quite often Roquefort is referred to as the King of the Blues while the Bleu d’Auvergne is called the Prince due to it’s younger, sweeter style. The creaminess of this offering from South-Central France will have you blessing the cheesemaker. But just like Roquefort, this cheese is quite young with it first being created in the 1850’s. This French blue cheese is a true prince
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