Throughout our history, we have sought, cared for and loved hand-made cheese. Search from over 600 delicatessens, farm shops and so on throughout the UK, and in over 30 countries (from Austria to Australia).
We care about your cheese
Because our products are perishable, we take great care in delivering your order. We will hand pack and prepare your order the day before arrival. We must have an alternative delivery instruction for any private address, such as "leave in porch/on step/with a neighbour". This is particularly important if you are sending a surprise gift.
Our delivery service
We send goods by overnight carrier to destinations on the GB mainland only.
We can deliver to your home or place of work, and to the home or work-place of your relatives, friends, colleagues or business associates.
We must have a complete post code and telephone number for every delivery address.
We deliver on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and now Saturdays.
Because our products are perishable, we must have an alternative delivery instruction for any private address, such as "leave in porch/on step/with a neighbour". This is particularly important if you are sending a surprise gift; but, even if you are planning to be in, circumstances do change.
Delivery is FREE for all orders over £50.00 in value. For any order lower in value than £50.00, our pricing is very simple, it costs £6.99 to get your order delivered to any address on the GB mainland*. * Excluding Highlands & Islands (A Delivery Surcharge may apply).
The Fine Cheese Co. is a maturer, wholesaler, retailer and exporter of artisan British cheeses. We are based in historic Bath, founded by the Romans and famous for its beautiful Georgian architecture - alongside Venice the only World Heritage city in Europe.
We have been cheese specialists for twenty years, and from the start we have nurtured and supported the cream of British cheese-makers. We stock over a hundred hand-made British cheeses: from rediscovered gems such as Devon Oke, a hard but creamy cows’ milk cheese made to the original seventeenth century recipe, to Lord of the Hundreds, an unpasteurised mature sheep’s milk cheese made in the style of an Italian Pecorino.