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Artisan cheeses

(9 Posts)
Lookslikerain Fri 04-Oct-13 20:18:29

Cheese loving DH's birthday is soon and I thought I would order him a cheese selection from a posh cheese maker online.

Anyone have any recommendations of companies you've used? I did google and plenty come up but I've got no idea if they are any good.

Any recommendations, greatly received.

HighVoltage Fri 04-Oct-13 22:06:53

I've consistently got delicious cheeses from Neal's Yard Dairy in the shops themselves, but would trust their online shop as well.

StatelyAsAGalleon Sat 05-Oct-13 12:37:19

I buy from these nice gentleman A LOT and they have some fantastic British cheeses, as well as excellent European cheeses. My personal favourite at present is called Sussex Scrumpy and is a cheddar-type cheese made with cider and herbs....


SoYo Sat 05-Oct-13 12:44:54

We got our cheese wedding cake God I love cheese from The Cheese Shed and they were great.

ShoeWhore Sat 05-Oct-13 17:01:55

Neal's Yard is very good. My sister uses Forman and Field but I'm not sure if they count as artisan - they are good but I think expensive.

Are there any shops or producers near you? We get lovely local cheese from a shop near us and from the farmers' market. Worth a quick google I would say.

aoife24 Sat 05-Oct-13 22:52:59

In Edinburgh, Mellis is the best place to go and they also sell online

snowlie Sun 06-Oct-13 07:08:52

We go to Neal's yard, cheese has always been great quality with amazing variety. They specialise in cheese from uk and Ireland, so if it's something European your after or a more international mix you need to look elsewhere. Paxton & Whitfield are a pretty good bet too,

Lookslikerain Wed 09-Oct-13 07:56:23

Just bumping this to say thanks for the suggestions. Now I've got so many, I can't decide! Thanks again. thanks

CelticPromise Fri 11-Oct-13 22:00:08

If it helps, I second Teddington Cheese. They are brilliant.

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