WELCOME TO BERKSWELL CHEESE

  • Whole Berkswell Cheese
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    £80.00
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    £80.00
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  • Ram Hall Farm Festive Selection
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    £49.50
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    £49.50
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  • 1/2 Berkswell Cheese
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    £40.00
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    £40.00
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  • Individual Berkswell Truckle
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    £27.50
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    £27.50
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  • 1/4 Berkswell Cheese
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    £20.00
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    £20.00
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  • 1/8 Berkswell Cheese
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    £10.25
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    £10.25
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  • Berkswell Gift Voucher
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  • Small Piece
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    £6.50
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    £6.50
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Postage: £6.50, FREE POSTAGE on all orders £20 or over.

Orders will be dispatched on Tuesdays (to arrive Wednesday) and Thursdays (to arrive Friday).

Orders to Highlands and Islands may take longer than 24 hours to be delivered and so dispatch is on Tuesdays only.

How to look after your cheese

Berkswell Cheese is matured at 12c.

The cheese is best stored cool rather than cold; an old fashioned larder is ideal.

To avoid the cheese ‘sweating’ try not to wrap it in cling film, use greaseproof or waxed paper instead if possible.

If you do store the cheese in the fridge place it low down near to the salad drawer, remove and loosen the wrapping at least 30-40 minutes prior to eating. Berkswell is best enjoyed at room temperature when it is at its most flavoursome.

If light mould growth develops on the face of the cheese in the days after cutting, you can scrape it off and still enjoy the cheese.

And if in doubt please do what we do .... "Cork out of the red wine, cheese out of the fridge".