Organic Bath Cheese Box
Organic Bath Cheese Box Organic Bath Cheese Box

Organic Bath Cheese Box

by The Fine Cheese Co.
Choose Organic. A selection of cheeses from one of our most local cheesemakers in Bath, Somerset.

Availability: In stock

£25.00

Price: £25.00

Bath Soft Cheese   +£0.00
Bath Blue 250g   +£0.00
Wyfe of Bath 250g   +£0.00

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Price: £25.00

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Our local cheesemakers, The Bath Soft Cheese Co., is entirely organic and registered with Organic Farmers and Growers. This means no fungicides, pesticides or artificial fertilisers are used on the land. The milk and cheeses are produced in a way that protects our natural world and lets every farm animal feel the sun on its back.

BATH BLUE
250g – Cow, Pasteurised, Organic
Award-winning Bath Blue is a creamy, Stilton-style organic blue cheese from the South West.

WYFE OF BATH
250g -  Cow, Pasteurised, Vegetarian Organic
An organic, hand-made, single-herd, Gouda-style English cheese that is sweet and rich.

BATH SOFT
250g - Cow, Pasteurised, Organic
A mild and creamy, organic, brie-style cheese made to an original 19th century recipe from the milk of the farm's own herd, by Graham Padfield at Kelston, Bath.

Organic Bath Cheese Box

Organic Bath Cheese Box.

  • Price: £25.00 - In stock
    Sold by Fine Cheese Co

Our local cheesemakers, The Bath Soft Cheese Co., is entirely organic and registered with Organic Farmers and Growers. This means no fungicides, pesticides or artificial fertilisers are used on the land. The milk and cheeses are produced in a way that protects our natural world and lets every farm animal feel the sun on its back.

BATH BLUE
250g – Cow, Pasteurised, Organic
Award-winning Bath Blue is a creamy, Stilton-style organic blue cheese from the South West.

WYFE OF BATH
250g -  Cow, Pasteurised, Vegetarian Organic
An organic, hand-made, single-herd, Gouda-style English cheese that is sweet and rich.

BATH SOFT
250g - Cow, Pasteurised, Organic
A mild and creamy, organic, brie-style cheese made to an original 19th century recipe from the milk of the farm's own herd, by Graham Padfield at Kelston, Bath.