Peakland Blue

Peakland Blue is a lovely creamy blue veined cheese made at the Hartington Creamery in the Derbyshire peak district.

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Shropshire Blue

This distinctive looking cheese is in fact a bit of a misnomer as it has never been made in Shropshire, and was in fact first created in Inverness, Scotland. Shropshire Blue is based on the Stilton recipe, but also contains annatto, which gives it the vivid orange coloration. While it is somewhat milder than Stilton, it is every bit as creamy and has a hearty natural flavour. As luck would have it, this cheese tastes splendid with a strong dark ale or port, so guess what we recommend.

900 yen per 100g.

- Cow's Milk
- Goat's Milk
- Ewe's Milk
- Pasteurized Milk
- Unpasteurized Milk
- Vegetarian

Stilton

Of course we couldn't offer a mouth-watering array of cheeses without including the king of British cheeses, Stilton. Shipped by the thousand a week from the village of Stilton to London in the 1700's, there are now only five dairies licensed to produce this vintage cheese in the entire world. The version we have is made by Long Clawson to the original Hartington recipe. We guarantee you won't be disappointed with this little number.

900 yen per 100g.

Black 'n' Blue

A mild blue cheese mixed with black pepper. Made in Leek, in the Peak District of England.

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