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Long Clawson Stilton

From £7.95
Rated 5.0 out of 5
Based on 1 review
Age:  12 weeks
Milk:  Cow's
Pasteurised:  Yes
Region:  Leicestershire
Vegetarian:  Yes

The heavyweight of all cheeses, Santa's favourite cheese, and Christmas on a plate... it's Stilton.

After months of blind-taste tests, we settled on Long Clawson as our Stilton of choice. But don't just take our word for it, Long Clawson won Super Gold at the 2021 World Cheese Awards, effectively crowning it the World's Best Stilton.
With it's beautiful blue veins (yes we're calling them beautiful) and bold flavour, we're so glad there's Stil-tons of this cheese in our fridge.

Delivery is FREE and it comes in a climate control box (the only in the industry) that comes with a 48 hour freshness guarantee. If that wasn't enough, we also add an insert that will talk you through the info on the cheeses, tasting notes and a scorecard to help you make the very most of your festive cheesegeek delivery.

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Delivered in perfect condition on the day of your choice, or your money back


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We currently deliver to most UK mainland addresses and our deliveries run from Tuesday to Saturday.

To ensure only the freshest cheese is getting to you, we chop and pack your order on the day of dispatch and we always use a next-day delivery service.

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Delivery is not only free, and not only at a set day of your choosing
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Our cheese is delivered in climate- controlled packaging
If your box is more than a day late, we will send you a fresh one for free.

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Meet the Maker

Long Clawson Dairy is best known for their blue stilton and they have been making it since 1911. They support local farms and have remained a farming cooperative since they formed, using milk from over 43 farms in Leicestershire, Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire.