This wedding cheese cake incorporates the following cheeses:
(bottom tier upwards)
(bottom tier) Half of Cornish Yarg - An award winning cheddar wrapped in nettles, giving it a very unique and eyecatching finish. A genuinally Artisan British cheese which is fresh and creamy under its natural rind and slightly crumbly in the core.
(bottom tier) Half of Thomas Hoe Traditional Red Leicester - This is a traditional homemade Red Leicester which is matured for 5-6 months to give it an extra smooth texture. It has a slightly sweet, mellow nutty flavour, which leaves an almost fruity after taste. A great addition to any cheese board or cake.
(first tier) Half of Grandma Singletons Lancashire - An intensely strong dark flavour from the first taste with a smooth, buttery texture. This cheese, with its striking red rind, is matured for up to a year. Lancashire cheese dosen't come any stronger than this!
(first tier) Half of Kielder - Made on the Blagdon Estate, this local cheese is named after Kielder Forest. A young unpressed cheese, Kielder is matured for six weeks. At this age, the cheese has a pale yellow paste with a smooth, moist texture and mild flavour.
(second tier) Cashel Blue - A semi-soft Irish blue cheese, which is slightly salty with a creamy texture, made from cows milk.
(third tier) 600g Coquetdale - Coquetdale is a full fat, semi-hard cheese hand made on the Blagdon Estate. This mould-ripened cheese with a natural rind has a supple texture to its paste, and a rich complex flavour with a noticeably long fruity finish. A popular addition to any cheese cake.
(top tier) Elsdon Goats Truckle - A local Northumberland Goats cheese. Elsdon is a very traditional goats cheese with a firm texture, pleasant tang and a refreshingly clean finish.This truckle size contains 400g worth of cheese.
This cheese cake also includes our 'Felt Mice' which make the perfect sentimental keepsake from your special day. They are made to order and to meet your colour preferences.
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