Posted by Sally on April 22, 2013
Unfortunately there is a shortage of goats milk at present and we are unable to produce any of our goats cheese until approx August. We will update of any change as soon as we know.
Posted by Sally on April 10, 2013
We would like to offer all of our customers complimentary tickets to this years Ripley Castle Summer Grand Sale. Come and say hello to us at the show, the venue is really worth a day out to visit, just click on the link below:
Posted by Sally on December 21, 2012
We Love Fine Foods recently reviewed our Mature Vintage Cheddar cheese see below:
"The Truckle Cheese Co's Mature Vintage Cheddar was a big hit with all three reviewers here. We all loved the texture and taste of this cheese. Made from pasteurised cow's milk, it tastes deliciously creamy. It is available in three sizes, and I suggest you buy the largest as this is seriously good cheese. Truckles also make a fab gift for friends and family."
They also reviewed our Goats Cheese, click here for the review.
Posted by Sally on November 9, 2012
We are excited to announce that we have launched The Truckle Cheese Club especially for those who love our cheeses. For one annual membership of £50.00 (including postage & packing), you will receive 2 deliveries per year of our artisan cheeses! Plus lots of other goodies. For full details and to join, simply click here.
Posted by Sally on November 3, 2012
Spicy Strawberry & Caramelised Onion Chutney! Not traditional companions we know, but it really does work and you have to taste it to believe it. Goes great with most meats (hot or cold), on a cheese
ploughmans, makes a great addition to a cheese & ham sandwich. With 44% of the ingredients being strawberries it really is packed with fruit.
Posted by Sally on October 21, 2012
The Truckle Cheese Co have teamed up with Majestic Wines to share wine matches with our favourite cheeses!
This month its our Mature Vintage Cheddar Cheese which is our Cheese of the Month.
"This month’s cheese and wine match has got to be the easiest yet. I didn’t have to think too much about it because I’m relying on the age-old match of Claret and cheese. Clarets (wines from Bordeaux) are suited to most cheeses, but do particular well with cheddars. This mature English farmhouse cheddar is wonderfully rich and creamy will compliment most clarets because the tannins found in the wine are softened by the proteins in the cheese creating a velvety sensation on the palate.
The wine I have gone for is the Chateau Greysac, 2007 Medoc, Cru Bourgeois, £9.99 when you buy 2 or more bottles. The main grapes in any claret are Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon and Medoc wines are Cabernet Sauvignon dominated, which gives the wine firm gripp tannis. Aromas of classic cassic, black cherry, plum, vanilla and spice. A medium body consisting of ripe currants, and juicy plums, fine tannins, elegantly balanced fruits, and a lingering finish. To be honest this cheese is so versatile that any red with a good level of tannin would complement this cheese but I have chosen a claret due to the fact its always been a traditional match and with the nights getting colder, a good claret will go along way to keep you warm this Christmas".
Posted by Sally on September 24, 2012
The Truckle Cheese team have been busy in the Truckle Cheese kitchens to come up with some fantastic new recipes using Truckle Cheeses. Click here for details.
Posted by admin on April 25, 2012
We are very excited to have just launched our brand new gift vouchers in values of £10, £15 & £20, why not treat your friends/family or yourselves.