Blue Stilton is one of the tastiest cheeses from England. A beautiful white creamy cheese, completely veined by a blue mold. The cheese has a very creamy, velvety texture and is somewhat crumbly. The soft crust is edible, since it is not sealed with plastic or an artificial layer. During ripening, the cheese is pricked with long steel pins, which allows the blue mold to penetrate into the cheese. This creates the typical, unique taste of Blue Stilton.
Huntsman is a special combination of two English cheeses: Double Gloucester and Blue Stilton. The Blue Stilton is pressed between two layers of Double Gloucester. This gives Huntsman a powerful flavor with a satiny exterior and a spicy core. Huntsman therefore provides a true taste explosion. By combining these two special English cheeses, a unique taste experience has been created.
The Shropshire Blue is a savory, creamy cheese with an orange-brown peel. This peel is 100% natural and is the result of the 10-12 week ripening process. The Shropshire Blue has a smooth texture and a sharp, strong taste with a spicy aroma. In addition, the cheese is vegetarian. The Shropshire Blue was originally produced in Scotland, but today production takes place in the Stilton producing regions of Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire. The natural pigment annatto is added to the Shropshire Blue, which gives the cheese more color than the Stilton Blue.