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French cheese week continues...

by Andy Wallis

Comte cheese cut in to a slice

French cheese week was such a hit with you lot, that we decided to carry it on for another week!

(This means that all those with a mobile loyalty card are still able to enjoy their discount on French cheese)

If you haven't downloaded our mobile loyalty card yet then follow this link here to sign up and download your card to your Apple wallet or Android/Windows third party app.

Once downloaded, to reveal your offers, tap the 'i' icon in the bottom right hand corner.

 

Comte
Comte prestige

Comte

This hard mountain cheese is matured to perfection in the silence and darkness of special caves where the cheese gets its unique taste, texture and colour. There are practically 83 flavours, which can be savored while tasting Comté. But the main aromatic flavours that delicately linger on the palate are a balance of brown-butter and roasted-nut aromas and a sweet finish.  

- This is delicious with hot buttered toast !

 

Le Fin Normand:
Le Fin Normand

Le Fin Normand

Camembert-style cheeses are made all over the world, but Normandy is where the creamy soft fromage first originated. It’s a rich, buttery cheese with hints of grass and wild mushrooms. Wonderful baked in the oven and served with any of our delicious sour dough breads

You can still get: Morbier, Tomme de savoie, Raclette, St Maure tourrain ash and Fourme D'ambert... however Roquefort papillion noire - that one flew out.

Read last week's blog post here to read about what cheese we have in stock.

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