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Mature Clothbound Cheddar

Handcrafted using milk from our grass-fed cows, clothbound and naturally matured, typically for 12-15 months.

A rich and buttery cheddar that offers outstanding depth of flavour, which develops as it reaches the back of the palate. Brothy to grassy to caramel notes.

 

 

 

Regular price £4.45

Nutritional Advice

Typical values per 100g: Energy 1753kj/423kcal, Fat 37.2g (of which Saturates 23.5g), Carbohydrate 0.1g (of which Sugars 0.1g), Fibre 0.0g, Protein 26.6g, Salt 1.8g

Dietary Information

Pasteurised. Cow's milk.

Delivery

On the shopping cart page you will be given the opportunity to select a date to receive your order or, if you're local to us, you can opt for our click & collect service from Quicke's Cheese Box, Newton St. Cyres, Exeter, EX5 5AY. All UK deliveries will arrive within 1-2 working days of despatch. Since most of our products are perishable, all orders are prepared the day before dispatch. We send out orders using a third-party courier service for arrival Tuesday - Friday. To arrange for a parcel to be left in a safe place please leave full instructions in the notes section of the shopping cart page such as 'leave in the shed/porch/with a neighbour'.

Cheese care

Keep refrigerated. To enjoy this cheese at its best, eat within 7 days of opening and by the best before date shown. Once opened we recommend wrapping your cheese in greaseproof paper and storing in an air-tight container in the fridge.

Customer Reviews

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C.H.
Mature cloth bound Cheddar
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S.I.
The real deal
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L.S.
Super, fast service
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M.p.
Best ever
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C.S.
Mature clothbound cheddar
Hello Chris, Thanks for taking the time to review our cheese. When you say the first was far better and second possibly from a bad batch can you elaborate on what was different with the second cheese? The reason I ask is potentially you might have been eating the rind, not that this is a bad thing, just it has a very distinctive flavour that not everyone likes. We make our cheddars using different Heritage Starter Cultures. (We have to change these daily to stop Farge contamination) Because we use a variety of Heritage Starter Cultures there is a range of flavours within the Mature cheeses we produce. These flavours can be from caramel to grassy to brothy, also the time of year can have an impact on the flavour, as the milk from our cows is affected by the environment they are in, i.e. how much grass they are eating. I hope this helps to explain a bit more about the cheese. If you have any further questions please don’t hesitate to get in touch. Best wishes Kate
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