Miniature Cheddar Truckle

£2.50

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Miniature Cheddar Truckle

100g

A sweet and tangy Cheddar cheese with a particularly creamy texture and an occasional crystal caused by long maturing.
 

The Fine Cheese Co. English Farmhouse Cheddar cheese range is made in conjunction with a West Country farmer. They wanted a Cheddar with lots of flavour, so have specified a taste profile that is powerful and tangy, with a creamy finish.

This cheese is made using traditional Cheddar methods before being matured for at least 14 months.  After grading and to ensure it has developed the necessary full, sweet flavour and tangy bite, it is formed then dipped into burgundy wax.

You'll be hard pushed to find a better tasting small Cheddar.

Ingredients

Pasteurised Cows’ Milk 99.6%, Salt, Microbial Rennet, Starter culture

For allergens see ingredients in bold.
 

Nutritional Information

per 100g 

Energy 1725KJ 416Kcal | Fat 34.9g, Of Which Saturated 21.7g | Carbohydrate 0.1g, Of Which Sugars 0.1g | Protein 25.4g | Salt 1.81g
 

Storage Information

Keep refrigerated below 8°C. Consume within 10 days of opening.

About The Fine Cheese Co.

The Fine Cheese Co. is a maturer and retailer of artisan British cheeses, most of which are unpasteurised and all of which are traditionally made.

They are based in historic Bath, founded by the Romans and famous for its beautiful Georgian architecture - alongside Venice the only World Heritage city in Europe. Bath is set in the heart of the English West Country, the home of the most famous of British cheeses: Cheddar.

They have been cheese specialists for thirty years, and from the start we have nurtured and supported the cream of British cheese-makers. The Fine Cheese Co. has been owned and run from the beginning by Ann-Marie Dyas. A judge at both the British and World Cheese Awards, Ann-Marie was committed to the survival of traditional cheese-making, and to introducing farmhouse cheeses to as wide a public as possible.

However, their love of cheese extends beyond these shores. They also import artisan cheeses from France, Italy, Spain and Holland. They are a strong supporter of the independent retailer and none of The Fine Cheese Co. ranges of products will ever be sold in a British supermarket.