The Fine Cheese Co. Ceramic Stilton Pot

The Fine Cheese Co. Ceramic Stilton Pot

by The Fine Cheese Co.
A traditional, hand-ladled Nottinghamshire Blue Stilton made with animal rennet. Smooth, creamy and open textured, the cheese is buttery and complex, with a slightly spicy long finish. 

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The finest Stilton is produced by the gentle hand-ladling of the curds. This practice dates back to the 18th century when Stilton was first made. Today it still produces cheese that is somehow richer and creamier, with a deep and complex flavour. Now The Fine Cheese Co. are able to offer this quality of Stilton in a pot. Made in Nottinghamshire. PDO. Animal rennet. The finest Stilton deserves a lovely pot, so we commissioned the illustrator John Broadley to draw this country scene, in keeping with 18th century blue and white china.

Read about some of John Broadley's inspirations for these Stilton Pots on our blog, Our Blue & White Ceramics: It's all in the Design.

Available from October until the end of February.

The Fine Cheese Co. Ceramic Stilton Pot

The Fine Cheese Co. Ceramic Stilton Pot .

  • Price: £10.10 - In stock
    Sold by Fine Cheese Co
Country of Origin British Isles
Milk Variety Cows'
Style of Cheese Blue
Vegetarian? No
Organic? No
Unpasteurised? No
For Pregnant Women? No
Ingredients Milk (97.99%), Salt, Animal Rennet, Starter culture, Mould Cultures
Nutritional Info (per 100g) Energy: 1700KJ, 410Kcal / Fat: 35g, of Which Saturated 23g / Carbohydrate 0.1g, of Which Sugars 0.1g / Protein: 23.7g / Salt: 2g
Allergen Advice For allergens see ingredients in bold.
Storage Keep refrigerated below 8°.

The finest Stilton is produced by the gentle hand-ladling of the curds. This practice dates back to the 18th century when Stilton was first made. Today it still produces cheese that is somehow richer and creamier, with a deep and complex flavour. Now The Fine Cheese Co. are able to offer this quality of Stilton in a pot. Made in Nottinghamshire. PDO. Animal rennet. The finest Stilton deserves a lovely pot, so we commissioned the illustrator John Broadley to draw this country scene, in keeping with 18th century blue and white china.

Read about some of John Broadley's inspirations for these Stilton Pots on our blog, Our Blue & White Ceramics: It's all in the Design.

Available from October until the end of February.