There are over 700 named cheese produced in the UK, a cheese for every occasion.
British cheeses have great complexity of flavour and cheese characteristics. British cheesemakers take a huge pride in cheese manufacturing which drives product quality.
From Lancashire to Gloucester, Britain’s counties have a long tradition of cheese making. Coombe castle are delighted to present a range of some of the finest regional cheeses, each with its own distinct flavours and characteristics.
England’s oldest cheese, Cheshire is a dense semi hard cheese with a moist but crumbly texture. Its
Orange in colour, Double Gloucester has a firm body, although not as firm as a Cheddar. Its close an
Crumbly by nature, Lancashire is a mild cheese with a fresh milky, moist finish and slightly tangy f
Red Leicester is famous for its distinctive deep red colour which comes from the addition of annatto
Sage Derby is thought to date back to the 17th century when cheese makers began adding sage to chedd
Originating from North Yorkshire, Wensleydale is considered a British classic. It is thought that th