Enjoy a trio of exquisite goat’s cheeses with our goat’s cheese selection. For a crunchy and striking contrast, we have also included Miller's Damsel Charcoal handbaked wafers.
Eye-catching Norfolk Mardler is deliciously creamy with just a subtle hint of goatiness. Its yellow wax coating keeps the firm white cheese inside supple and moist. Our second cheese, Ticklemore, is a wonderfully milky and grassy goat’s cheese with mushroom notes. This semi-hard cheese is instantly recognisable for its distinctive flying saucer shape. Our final choice, Dorstone, is an ash coated goat’s cheese shaped into a turret. Beneath the edible ash rind, the texture is smooth and moussy while the flavour has a soft citrus tang and yeasty notes. Read more
This selection includes:
Norfolk Mardler is a wax-coated pasteurised goat’s cheese made by Sam Steggles of Fielding Cottage near Norwich.
Dorstone is a pasteurised goat’s cheese coated in edible ash. It is made by Charlie Westhead at Neal's Yard Creamery in Herefordshire.
Ticklemore is made by Debbie Mumford and Mark Sharman on the Sharpham Estate in Devon. The pasteurised milk is sourced from goats that graze nearby on Dartmoor.
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