Made with organic milk from the cheesemaker's, family-run farm, Bath Blue cheese is produced by following a traditional Stilton recipe. It is creamy, with even blueing throughout.
Nestled in the Mendip Hills, Park Farm has been home to the Padfield Family for four generations. Cheese was made here as far back as 1914. All the cheeses are made on the farm using milk from the family’s organic Friesian herd.
Bath Blue follows a traditional Stilton recipe but unlike the majority of Stiltons, with a few notable exceptions, each stage is done entirely by hand. They are made in very small batches using a vat which is around half the size of even the smallest Stilton maker and then in individual buckets. By making to such a small scale, the cheese-maker has greater control over the alchemy of cheese-making and can maintain the highest quality.
Graham and Hugh were delighted when Bath Blue was voted Supreme Champion at the 2014 World Cheese Awards. More recently it won gold in the 2017 Artisan Cheese Awards too.
*A whole Bath Blue weighs approximately 8kg. Smaller weights are a cut of a whole cheese.
We unashamedly source, care for and sell the best cheese, because that is what we believe in. Our trained cheesemongers cut every piece to order, by hand, and wrap it in our waxed paper. We do this because it is most respectful way to treat this precious food.
|Brand||The Fine Cheese Co.|
|Country of Origin||British Isles|
|Style of Cheese||Blue|
|For Pregnant Women?||No|
|Ingredients||Organic cows' milk, sea salt, animal rennet, mould culture and starter culture (non-GMO).|
|Nutritional Info (per 100g)||Energy 1698KJ, 410Kcal | Fat 35g, of which saturated 23g | Carbohydrate 0.1g, of which sugars 0.1g | Protein 23.7g | Salt 2.5g|
|Allergen Advice||For allergens see ingredients in bold.|
|Storage||Keep refrigerated below 8°C. Best eaten within 7 days of receipt.|