• The Cheese Geek 200g Pave Cobble

cg top tip: As you would a soft Goat’s cheese, pair with a sharp white wine such as Sancerre for a great flavour combo

Pave Cobble

Rated 5.0 out of 5
Based on 1 review
Age:  3-5 Weeks
Milk:  Sheep's
Pasteurised:  No
Region:  Somerset
Vegetarian:  Yes

The 2017 Supreme Champion cheese, Pave Cobble is here to show how a lactic Ewe’s milk cheese can be as popular as the classic soft Goat’s cheese. With it’s unusual flat-topped pyramid shape, and wrinkled grey rind dusted with ash, this is not the kind of cheese you come across every day! It’s a real softie on the inside however, with a thick mousse-like texture and light citrusy flavours. The cheese was named Pavé Cobble by Roger, a keen cyclist from White Lake Cheeses, as a homage to the difficult and famous cobbled cycling stages of the Tour De France.

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

At White Lake Cheese, 3rd generation farmer Roger Longman specialises in small batch cheeses. Using local guernsey and sheep's milk as well as goat from his own beloved herd, Roger creates multiple small batches simultaneously enabling him to produce over 25 cheeses!