Said to be Britain’s answer to many of the popular continental blue cheeses. It
is a soft blue veined cheese, but milder and creamier than stilton.
Pale in colour, and mild and creamy in flavour, brie copes well as part of a tiered
cake, despite it’s soft texture.
The most popular cheese in the United Kingdom! It is firm in texture, ranges from
deep to pale yellow in colour, and from mild to sharp-tasting in flavour.
One of the oldest recorded British cheeses. It is semi-firm and crumbly in texture,
ranges from white to pale yellow in colour, and tastes mild and creamy.
A British semi-firm cheese with a unique dark green edible nettle coating. The texture
varies from creamy and soft beneath the coating to crumbly in the middle. It is
pale yellow in colour and has a rich creamy taste.
A semi-firm creamy blue veined cheese, known for its characteristic strong smell
and taste, stilton is still a popular choice for cakes. Baby stilton, in particular,
is used as a topper. Contrary to popular belief, it will not overpower the room
with it’s aroma! (As opposed to Stinking Bishop, which has been said to revive the