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Feb 9, 2018

Milawa Blue - The cornerstone of a legend

Just imagine, you’re a teacher and your husband is in AppliedScience. A school friend consoles you every time over copiousamounts of wine to create the best Cheese Factory in Victoria,Australia, The World! Yet what do you know about cheesemaking? 

Feb 7, 2018

D’affinois Bleu -The Bleu for all

Quite easily, the good folk at Fromagerie Guilloteau would beconsidered pioneers in forging new ways of making cheese.Unlike the traditional ‘curds and whey’ approach of cheese

Jan 31, 2018

Gorganzola Dolce - La Dolce Vita

Ah, la dolce vita – a phrase that could only come from Italy and sums up in three little words the good life, the reverence of sheer pleasure and of indulgence. Certainly the Italians know better than most how to find the wonder and beauty in the simplest of things, and no more so than in their food and wine.

Jan 31, 2018

Riverine Blue - Head of the Herd

What’s the difference between a buffalo and a bison? Well you can’t wash your hands in a buffalo…

Jan 30, 2018

Bleu de Basque - Allex Les Bleus!

This beautiful blue is a cousin of the Ossau Iraty (one of the cheeses showcased in our first ever monthly pack). Traditionally it was only made whenever there was a surplus of milk at regional dairies, but these days demand has grown so much that it has been in full-time production since 2001.

Jan 30, 2018

Cashel Blue - It’s come a long way from Tipperary

It IS a long way to Tipperary, but this cheese will have you whistling Danny Boy and reaching for your penny whistle within just a couple of bites.

Apr 6, 2016

A 1minute history of Blue Vein Cheese

As you would probably guess, Blue Cheese was discovered by accident when cheeses were stored in cool and moist caves. This was perfect conditions for growing mould. Records date Roquefort as far back as 79AD meanwhile Gorganzola dates to 879AD, although Gorganzola didn't have any blue veins until the 11th century. Stilton only popped up in the 16th Century.

Mar 23, 2016

Cashel Blue from Ireland

Hailing from Tipperary in Ireland, this cheese is made by the Grubb family and is Ireland's first blue. From their small 200acre farm, they produce such a fantastic result.
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