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Wheel Of Four-tune


A Four Quarters Cake

Featuring... Katherine, Tunworth (a superb English camembert), Sheep Rustler, Elmhirst (cream-enriched brie), a '50/50' wheel featuring Devon Blue and Harbourne Blue, and...

our Classic Four Quarters. Cornish Yarg and Smart's Double Gloucester, plus Quicke's Oak Smoked and Mature Cheddars. Push the four pieces together to make a 10" wheel with almost 4kg of cheese.

Around 7.4kg of cheese - feeds 60-70. Supplied as wrapped cheeses, undecorated.

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Size: Diameter 25cm, height 35 cm

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Wheel Of Four-tune

The top cheese here is Katherine. Made in Somerset, this is a hard goat's cheese that has been washed in Somerset Cider Brandy. Under that is a Tunworth - a camembert made slightly out of our normal area in Hampshire... but after Raymond Blanc started saying how marvellous it was, we decided to bend the rules!

Sheep Rustler is another French-inspired cheese - it uses the 'washed rind' technique - but this ewe's milk cheese is firm, fruity and, with its orange rind, colourful. It sits on an Elmhirst brie - with added cream for extra luxury!


blue here is actually two cheeses from the same dairy. Half a wheel of Devon Blue (cow) is placed together with half a wheel of Harbourne Blue (goat) to make a complete wheel.

And finally we come to the level that provides the 'four' in this cake's name: four quarter-shaped pieces are pushed together to make a whole wheel for the base of the cake. And they're four beautifully contrasting hard cow's cheeses: Quicke's Mature Cheddar and Oak Smoked Cheddar, plus Smart's Double Gloucester and Cornish Yarg.