Appleby’s Cheshire is one of the best territorial farmhouse cheeses to be made in this country. It is tasting particularly good this month.
Read on to find out more about what is so special about it.
Our April Cheese of the Month is Dorstone, an unpasteurised goat’s milk cheese, made in Herefordshire by Neals Yard Creamery. It has a light, smooth texture which becomes firmer as it matures, with a soft citrusy tang and yeasty notes.
Our new range of charcuterie of rustic dry-cured pork Saucisson, from Lugdunum near Lyon, come in a range of delicious flavours including wild boar, ceps, black pepper and roquefort. We also have some mini "buchettes", a perfect snack to nibble on the go!
Stichelton is a blue cheese made with unpasteurised (raw) milk on the Welbeck Estate in Nottinghamshire. Taste it alongside Stilton and you will notice a difference, although it looks very similar.
Pump Street Bakery Chocolate will be holding tastings at Lawson's on Saturday 18 March and Saturday 8 April - just in time for Easter! Call in to taste the chocolate and learn more about how it is produced.
Our February cheese of the month is the perenially popular Lincolnshire Poacher. A fine example of a traditional cheddar style cheese.
We're proud to showcase the only traditional raw milk Brie-de-Meaux style cheese produced in the UK, which happens to be made in Suffolk.