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  1. Murray's English Cheddar Quick View

    Murray's English Cheddar

    Fresh cow’s milk from the lush fields of England’s West Country-- home to King Arthur, Camelot and centuries of cheddar-making history--is carefully crafted into this savory cheddar with an unusual depth of tangy, sweet and nutty flavors, developed after 16 months of age. Sidle up to the round table with a hunk of cheddar and a pint of blond ale. Read More
  2. Collier's Welsh Cheddar Quick View

    Collier's Welsh Cheddar

    Bold like its namesake the colliers, or coal miners, this cheddar is made in the Welsh mountains of Denbighshire.  Aged and robust, with a lingering sweetness and crystalline crunch, this cheddar is a friend of any beer; we're partial to a pint of bitter blond ale. Read More
  3. Cashel Blue Quick View

    Cashel Blue

    300 years ago, the Grubbs were exiled from England for religious differences. England made a big mistake, because 280 years later, the Grubbs developed this sublime Irish Blue (the first ever!), boasting a creamy texture and a minerally tang. Made from pasteurized Friesian cow's milk. Read More
  4. Tuxford  & Tebbutt Stilton Quick View

    Tuxford & Tebbutt Stilton

    Tuxford & Tebbutt Creamery produces this traditional earthy, minerally, pasteurized cow milk blue in the birthplace of Stilton, Melton Mowbray, England. One of only a few dairies certified to make this PDO protected cheese; it is traditionally paired with Tawny Port. Read More
  5. Cave Aged Caerphilly Quick View

    Westcombe Dairy

    Caerphilly, carefully. Known primarily as the grub of Welsh coalminers, this cheese has also long been made in England’s West Country by the Ducketts of Somerset, whose own production of this noble wheel began three generations ago with the raw milk from their herd of Friesian cows. Read More
  6. Shropshire Blue Quick View

    Shropshire Blue

    It looks like Stilton that fell into a vat of sunshine. This creamy, robust blue is made from pasteurized cow's milk in Nottinghamshire, England. A relatively recent addition to the Cheese Pantheon, it was invented by Mrs. Hutchison Smith in the 1970s. Read More
  7. Cave Aged Colston Bassett Stilton Quick View

    Colston Bassett Stilton

    This farmstead Stilton is rumored to be the best in the world. Creamy, buttery, earthy with a clean, mineral tang on the finish. Break out the pears, walnuts, and Port. Read More
  8. Ardrahan Quick View


    Blimy! This Cork County curd combines clovered fields of Ireland's coast with briny saltwater below. We wash each wheel to encourage oceanic undertones. Read More
  9. Cave Aged Montgomery's Cheddar Quick View

    Montgomery's Cheddar

    The. Definitive. English. Clothbound. Cheddar. Known to taste like the fatty, crunchy edge of a well-cooked roast beef. You deserve it. Read More

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