Winner of 'Gold' at the World Cheese Awards 2018
Tunworth has the thinnest possible rind, an undulating surface, and a profoundly fruity tang - enough to convince a Frenchman that this was made on his terroir.
The cheese's maker, Stacey Hedges, started making cheese in 2004. After visiting traditional Camembert producers in Normandy, she began on her recipe to produce this cheese. Using local milk, Tunworth was created.
Stacey uses a very traditional recipe that not very many Camembert makers use as it is so difficult to make. The cheese-making process includes a slow overnight acidification. The curds are hand-ladled into moulds and very gently handled.
In 2006, Tunworth, the closest cheese this country has produced to a Camembert, became Supreme Champion at the British Cheese Awards; a feat that was repeated in 2013.
WHY NOT ADD CERAMICS FOR CHEESE?
Tunworth + Ceramic Baker
£22.90 (save £2.00)
A great present for a cheese-loving cook.
A handsome baker that fits a classic French Camembert, or a British Tunworth.
Bring on the new potatoes or the crusty bread.
A Fine Cheese Co. recipe leaflet enclosed. Oven/dishwasher proof.
Presented in an illustrated, square gift box.
|Brand||The Fine Cheese Co.|
|Country of Origin||British Isles|
|Style of Cheese||Soft|
|For Pregnant Women?||No|
|Ingredients||Milk (98.16%), Salt, Animal rennet, Starter Culture, Penicillium Candiidum, Calcium Chloride|
|Nutritional Info (per 100g)||Energy: 1301KJ, 314Kcal / Fat: 26.2g, of Which Saturated: 18.2g / Carbohydrate 3.3g, of Which Sugars 0.1g / Protein: 16.3g / Salt: 1.38g|
|Allergen Advice||For allergens see ingredients in bold.|
|Storage||Keep refrigerated below 8°. |
Freshly cut and wrapped to order. Please eat within five days of receipt.