We had such a wonderful evening at the Cheese Feast last month, we introduced our new vegan cheese products supplied by ‘Satsuma Pips‘ in North wales and many more fine cheeses made in Wales. We laughed, drank, and celebrated all things cheese.
It was incredibly hard to pick favourites from these Brie-lliant cheeses, but here’s a few that Halloumi away!
Angiddy is a beautiful soft cheese produced by Brooke’s Dairy, a family farm in the Wye Valley. It made an entrance in 2017, taking a Gold at the World Cheese Awards just a few months after. Brook’s use milk from their Jersey herd which creates the soft golden colour backed up with a rich, creamy taste. Angiddy is mould ripened, similar in style to a Brie or a Camembert. We recommend serving at room temperate for the perfect ooze, paired with a hot cup of mulled cider for a wintery treat.
Celtic promise is made at Glynhynod Farm (meaning Remarkable Valley in Welsh) by Caws Teifi, it’s a full family affair. They have been established since 1982 and are now the longest established artisan cheesemakers in Wales. Celtic promise has won over twenty awards