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Bryher

£243.00

Many weddings are for around 100 people. Bryher aims to provide a nicely-shaped cake and well-balanced set of cheeses to suit this number of people. Brie, stilton and cheddar feature prominently. The cheddar - from the wonderful Quickes dairy in Devon - is a '50/50' layer made up of two half-moon shpaed pieces, one smoked, one plain. All in the interests of variety!

Feeds: 100-110. Size: Diameter 33cm, height 35cm

Bryher is supplied as wrapped cheeses, undecorated. To order a Taster Box, go here.

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Dorstone: Ash-covered soft goats cheese with a unique tall shape made by Neals Yard Dairy in Herefordshire.

Cornish Blue: Based at Upton Cross, on the edge of Bodmin Moor, Cornwall, Philip and Carol Stansfield spotted the gap in the market for a young, blue cheese that could compete with imported blue cheeses. Designed to be eaten as a young cheese, Cornish Blue is a very different product from traditional English blue cheeses such as Stilton or Dorset Blue. A double prize winner at the 2006 British Cheese Awards!

Colston Bassett Stilton: Colston Bassett is made in the heart of 'Stilton country' (stretching across Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and Leicestershire): an area  famous for cheese for two and a half centuries.  The dairy was founded in 1920, and makes one of the most famous Stiltons available today, described as "creamy but not too moist, the blue deep and powerful ... the cheese itself distinctive, with a strong herbal almost spicy flavour."

Haytor: North Devon based Rachel Stephens is best known for her Curworthy family of cheeses, including Devon Oke, Meldon and others. This is different, being based on a ‘gruyere’ type recipe.

Quicke’s ’50/50’ Cheddar: This is wheel is all cheddar from the Quicke’s dairy, just north of Exeter, but made up of two separate half-moon pieces. Half is the 'plain' mature cheddar (12 months matured), half is smoked. You simply push the two pieces together to make a complete wheel. 4kg cheese in all.

Cornish Brie: has a delicious mild and creamy flavour and melting, smooth texture. The rich and creamy Cornish milk gives it a characteristic yellow, buttery colour.