🇬🇧 BRITISH CHEESES 🇬🇧
First launched in 2004, Blacksticks’ gentle tang and melting texture made it an instant hit with the public. The cheese was soon being served on British Airways First Class and became a pioneer of new wave British blues that are not as spicy as Stilton.
Chef Simon Rimmer described it as the “daddy of all blue cheeses”. The cheese is named after a copse of chestnut trees that look like black sticks when they shed their leaves in winter.
Weight: 125Gr approx.
Origin: Butlers Farmhouse Cheeses, Lancashire, England
Stuff to consider: Pasteurized cow milk