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  • Cheese of the month

    Every month we will bring you Cheese news from Foxholes Farm with some special Cheeses from our deli counter, offering advice, special offers and tastings to all our customers.. This month brings us different flavours suitable for entertaining and buffets.

    Tiered Cheese Cakes now available to order, our team are here to help advise which cheese to choose to suit your budget.

    We offer an impressive selection of multi-tiered cheese cakes for weddings or any special occasion. Layers of delicious premium quality artisan cheese from Cornish yarg, to Somerset brie, creamy Stilton’s to traditional cheddars. We also have a good range of ‘off the peg’ cakes in various sizes so the choice is yours, prices start from just £20.00 for three tiers. Make your occasion extra special and impress your guests by creating your very own cheese cake and make it the centre of attention on any table or celebration buffet.

    Please contact our farm shop 01992 552900 for your bespoke tiered cheese cake requirements.

    Our new cheeses in this month..

    Copys Cloud

    With a fluffy white rind Copy’s cloud has the appearance of a Brie but is milder in taste with a buttery melting centre, the perfect addition for any cheese board.

    Baron Bigod

    A creamy, white bloomy-rind cheese handmade at Fen Farm Dairy farm, made from raw Montbeliarde cows milk. With a smooth silky texture and a golden curd, with long lasting warm earthy farmyard and mushroom flavour, a great favourite to any cheese board!

    Binham Blue

    A soft blue-veined cheese made from pasteurised milk from Holstein Friesian & Swiss Brown cows which graze near Wells-Next-The-Sea. Made with a vegetarian rennet, the cheese has a pale yellow interior. The inside of the cheese is pale yellow, with grey-blue specks. It has a creamy texture and a tasty and luxurious flavour which is not overwhelming, but full of flavour and tastes like a  Gorgonzola than Stilton.


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