Elderflower now hand-picked by Bello Wild Food

It's said that summer starts when elder trees burst into flower and ends in late August when the berries are ripe. Delicate elderflowers explode in hedgerows across the Quicke’s estate and beyond, in country lanes around the country, and we greedily gather them up, capturing a bit of summer's magic to last us through the year.

Only the best ingredients are good enough for our clothbound cheese, from our grass-fed cow’s milk made by our very own Quicke’s herd, to our choice of Cornish Sea Salt that we mix into the curds. So only the very best hand-picked wild elderflower would do for our Elderflower Clothbound Cheese.

We’re therefore excited to announce that we’ve recently partnered with Bello Wild Food, based in Cornwall, who will be foraging, gathering and naturally drying elderflower from across the South West to send to Home Farm for our cheesemaking.

From our fields to our dairy to our stores, we believe that the environment our food comes from has an immeasurable impact on the flavour and our enjoyment of it. So we’re proud to be working with local suppliers like Bello Wild Food, whose purpose is to bring us all a little closer to the land, the seasons and nature’s larder.

Foraging elderflower with Quicke's and Bello Wild Food from Quicke's on Vimeo.





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