Blue StiltonFrom €3,75 per 125 gram
Blue Stilton is a crumbly cheese from the English regions of Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire. It is a blue mold cheese made according to an authentic recipe .
The name blue Stilton is derived from the village of Stilton in Cambridgeshire, where the cheese was never produced. A cheese where we open a bottle of port at Christmas. Delicious Blue fungus!
What is blue stilton cheese?
Once you’ve tasted blue Stilton cheese, you’ll never want anything else. Even if you have never tasted blue mold cheese, this is a good cheese to start with . Due to its mild, yet delicious taste, this cheese is one of the tastiest blue cheeses made.
In many other countries there are cheeses that are protected by a quality mark. Stilton is the only cheese in England that enjoys this protection. It is therefore called the king of cheese in England, and is one of the best-known blue mold cheeses worldwide. The region where this cheese is made (Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire) is also known for the Robin Hood stories.
Due to its protection, it is a requirement that the milk and cheese are produced in this specific region. By working according to the same guidelines, the cheese always tastes the same. Of course, the Stilton cheese from the Dutch cheese house also comes from this region.
How does this cheese taste
It is best described as a creamy cheese with a rich taste . The taste is also complex, it has a strong aroma. This is especially true if you serve the cheese at room temperature . Normally blue Stilton is aged between 6 and 18 months . The blue veins typically run through the cheese. These veins are created by injecting a special bacterial culture with a long needle into the cheese during ripening
|Land van herkomst|
cow's milk, pastturized
cow's milk, lactose
|Vegetarisch of vegan|
125 grams, 250g, 4 kg (Half cheese), 8kg (Whole cheese)