The British Isles offer the perfect climate for cheese making, producing an extensive variety of the finest quality artisan cheese. Here we feature the nation’s favorites’ and those lesser known unsung heroes, handpicked from Wales, Ireland and Scotland to tempt and excite.
Young cheeses taste & smell chalky, lactic and mildly blue while the older ones are rich & buttery with a well-formed blue colour.
Porter with Guiness Stout
Irish Porter Cheddar is a firm white cheddar cheese made with porter added to it.
A mature blue, with the strength of a highlander. Spicy, salty and creamy.
Blended with Brandy and Islay single malt whisky.
Isle of Mull Extra Mature Cheddar
A hearty, full-flavoured Scottish Cheddar
Mature Cheddar with smoky notes of scotch whiskey.
Mature Cheddar naturally smoked over beechwood chips for a smoky depth of flavour throughout.
A delicious rich flavoured, extra mature cheddar, with a smooth creaminess.
Mature creamy cheddar with sweet cranberries throughout.
Rich creamy cheddar with fine stem ginger for a unique taste.
Mature Cheddar with a perfect balance of garlic and garden herbs for a delicious savoury taste and creamy texture.
Smooth Mature Cheddar with chunks of pickled onion for a vibrant, tangy taste.
Red Leicester with crush chillies and black peppers for an intense heat and depth of flavour.
Vintage Red Leicester aged to perfection for a surprisingly intense flavour with notes of caramel.
Mature Cheddar with warming notes of white port and brandy for an indulgent taste and silky texture.
Extra mature cheddar with black summer truffle.
Colliers Extra Mature Welsh Cheddar
Extra Mature Cheddar made with 100% Welsh milk will always have a distinctive powerful and slightly sweet taste.
Made with unpasteurised cow's milk and traditional animal rennet, This cheese is matured for three months to give a wonderfully oozy, mushroom cream layer around a springy, citric core.