Traditional English cheeses are the ideal pair for cold evenings, rich charcuterie, crusty bread and glass of port. At Liberty Heights Fresh we offer a bounty of cheeses to please even the most discriminating English cheese aficionado or the cheese novice.
Stilton is the quintessential English cheese. It is the only British cheese to have a Certification Trade Mark and an EU Protected Name, and can only be produced in the three counties of Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire. With deep blue veins and a crumbly, creamy texture, enjoy this cheese with nuts, crispy bread and a glass of sherry.
Stichelton revived the tradition of raw milk Stilton. According to regulations enacted in 1989, traditional Stilton must be made with pasteurized cow's milk. The cheesemakers, loving the rich flavors created by using raw milk instead, decided to craft their bleu following a century's long tradition and therefore named their cheese for the town where Stilton was first made. Aged for 4 – 6 months, Stichelton is a lush and lingering, complex bleu with notes of spice and toasted walnuts.
Cornish Yarg is a traditional English artisan cow's milk cheese with a creamy and crumbly texture and a delicate mushroomy flavor. The cheese is made by hand and wrapped in stinging nettle leaf. Enjoy with a glass of Cabernet or other bold red wine.
Montgomery Cheddar is a true, old-fashioned English Cheddar with complex tangy flavor with notes of mild sweetness and fresh cut grass. Serve with crisp apples, or whole grain mustard with crusty bread.
Berkswell is produced by the Fletcher family at Ram Hall Farm in the West Midlands; Berkwell is a traditional small batch raw ewe's milk cheese with a chewy yet firm texture and clean flavor. The cheese is formed using traditional kitchen colanders giving it its distinct pebbled appearance and mounded shape. Aged at least six months.