Burt's Blue

Burt's Blue is a semi-soft blue cheese made in Altrincham, Cheshire.  Named after its maker, Claire Burt, it is handcrafted in small batches using high quality milk from a local dairy.      

Burt's Blue is an "approachable blue" with a bloomy rind of greenish, grey Penicillin Roqueforti mould.  Its paste is off white in colour and luxurious in texture.  It softens with age and can have a faint aroma of mushrooms.  Burt's Blue has a creamy taste with subtle tangy notes from its blue veins and a slightly salty finish. 

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Bosworth Ash

Bosworth Ash is a ripened lactic goats cheese made by Innes Cheese in Staffordshire.  It is hand-made in buckets before being shaped in individual logs and coated with salted vegetable ash. 

The paste of Bosworth Ash is snowy white in colour and has a smooth, dense texture.  Its flavour is bright and grassy with a hint of peppery spice coming from the rind.  This cheese is matured between two and three weeks.    

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