• Pinot Noir
• Gin & Tonic
• Crusty Bread
Realising that the mould hadn’t developed properly, the creamy white cheese with a slight blue hint had its rind cut off and was then chopped up. Combined with another blue, the mix was firmly pressed together to create a club blue with a rich buttery flavour, beautiful aged characteristics and a small hint of blue.
Quite often you will see in a supermarket a “vintage club cheddar”. But what exactly is a club cheddar anyway? Basically, a club cheese is when two or more cheeses are blended and then formed back together into a block under great force. It’s a generally a matter of trial and error in what cheeses are put together, how they combine, their flavours and texture. Quite often, club cheddars have other flavours such as peppercorns or sun-dried tomatoes added to enhance them.