• The Cheese Geek Westcombe Cheddar

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Westcombe Cheddar

From £7.95
Rated 4.8 out of 5
Based on 4 reviews
Age:  12 months +
Milk:  Cow's
Pasteurised:  No
Region:  Somerset
Vegetarian:  No

We think of Westcombe as The Godfather amongst cheddars... nothing mild about it, a real flavour explosion. We get citrus throughout with the odd pop of hazelnut and caramel. It's as traditional as they come with the same recipe being followed for over 100 years - raw milk, clothbound. It's known in the trade as the five mile cheddar - because you're still tasting it five miles down the road. For us, this is usually the point where we're turning round, heading back to Westcombe Farm and buying more.

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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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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Meet the Maker

Westcombe Farm in Somerset has been making cheddar for over 100 years. The Calver family understand that the most important aspect of their process is milk. They credit the unique terroir and happy cows for the rich raw milk that produces their traditional cheddar.