Vegetarian Cheese Selection


Our vegetarian cheese selection contains five of our favourite artisan cheeses made with vegetarian rennet. To contrast the richness of these outstanding cheeses, we have included Miller's Elements Earth crackers. Potatoes and earthy sweet beetroot and spinach give these crackers their distinctive crunch.

Godminster Vintage is a delectable Cheddar-style cheese made here in Bruton, Somerset with a rich and buttery flavour and a long finish. From the other side of England, Cornish Yarg is a beautiful, nettle-wrapped cheese with a fresh, lemony flavour and a delicate mushroom taste. Complementing these we have Ticklemore, a wonderfully milky and grassy goat’s cheese, plus Wigmore, a Brie-style cheese made from unpasteurised ewe’s milk. This lovely cheese is fruity, complex and sweet. To complete our selection, we have included Ireland’s premier blue cheese, Cashel Blue. This fine blue is characterful but not strong, with a balanced and creamy flavour. More information (including allergens) >

This selection includes:

  • 5 cheeses (weighing approximately 1150g in total)
  • Miller's Elements Earth crackers (70g)

More information


Cheese - Ingredients: Cheese (milk).  

Miller's Elements Earth Crackers - Ingredients: Oats 35%, wheat flour, butter 19% (milk), beetroot flakes 9%, potato flakes 6%, salt, spinach flakes 2%, emulsifier (soya lecithin).

Allergen advice: For allergens, see ingredients in bold.
Not suitable for nut allergy sufferers.

Tasting notes

Godminster Vintage is a Cheddar cheese made in Bruton, Somerset from the pasteurised milk of their organic dairy cows.
Cornish Yarg is a nettle-wrapped pasteurised cow's milk cheese originally created by Alan Gray. It is now made at Lynher Dairies in Ponsanooth.
Ticklemore is a semi-hard goat’s cheese made on the Sharpham Estate in Devon using pasteurised milk from a local goat herd.
Wigmore is an unpasteurised Brie-style sheep’s milk cheese made by Anne Wigmore of Village Maid Cheese in Berkshire.
Cashel Blue is the original Irish farmhouse blue cheese. Made using pastuerised milk, it was created by Jane and Louis Grubb in County Tipperary.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review

Bought this as a Christmas present for my family. They loved it! Slate does a brilliant job.