JULY GLOBETROTTER PACK
Our Globetrotter pack offers four amazing boutique cheeses selected by our cheesemongers from around the world for you to enjoy. A delightful offering that includes tasting notes with food and drink pairings.
Cheese that has travelled from afar to reach you, and for once not the other way around! This year treat your tastebuds to a journey overseas through the flavours in these international cheeses!
Sent from us : from 8th July
In this pack you will get*:
Le Conquerant Camembert, France Cow's Milk
Saint Agur, France Cow's Milk
Fermier, Australia Cow's Milk
Esparto Manchego Artesano, Spain Sheep Milk
- Tasting & Pairing Notes
SOFT - Petit Camembert, Le Conquerant | France
Opulent in its creaminess, Le Conquerant is everything you want from a Camembert. With faint hints of wet straw and apple on the nose, its secret lies in the use of specially selected cultures, moulds, yeasts and of course rich Normandy milk.
BLUE - Saint Agur, Bongrain | France
Although this cheese has a strong aroma, this is certainly not an indication of its intensity. We would say this is of medium intensity compared to some of the big punchy blues. On first taste the texture is what you will notice first; smooth and creamy. The blue has some spice to it yet it is not a salty as many other blues. You’ll certainly be coming back for more of this. And why not snack on it during the day... We do.
STINKY - Fermier, L'Artisan | Australia
Although this is a semi hard cheese, the texture in the mouth is quite smooth with a slight grainy feel from the fine ash. The washed rind gives that typical smell of a great stinky cheese yet the flavour is more mild given its firmness.
HARD - Esparto Manchego Artesano, Will Studd Selected | Spain
This is a great everyday nibbling cheese. The first sensation is of small lactate crystals that offer a slight crunch meanwhile the butteriness and smoothness surprise considering this is meant to be a hard cheese. The richness of the cheese can offer up hints of Brazil nuts and burnt caramel and finish with a slight saltiness. The sheep graze on shrubs and grasses of the Dahesa, producing a thing and aromatic milk. The sheep’s milk will give its usual subtle aroma of lanolin and roast lamb. The inedible wax pattern on the outside was traditionally created with plaited bands of esparto grass.
Tasting Notes and Pairing Suggestions
Each pack includes one of each cheese, accompanying tasting notes and suggested wine and food pairings. If a promoted cheese is unavailable for some reason, we will replace it with another great cheese.
* Cheeses may change without notice if they become unavailable. In this case, we will substitute with another great cheese.
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