Butternut Squash (single)

Sweet, moist and nutty tasting, the flavor of butternut squash is a bit like sweet potatoes. The rind is edible (once cooked), but most people prefer to peel it away. Delicious in both savoury and sweet dishes. Size may vary

Butternut & Raisin Chutney 300g

We've turned a fantastic butternut and delicious raisins into a beautiful chutney that's quite the stunner. Try it with cheese, cold meats, or in a goat's cheese and walnut salad. Handmade with all the care all our preserves get.
unsliced walnut bread on brown paper and grey background

Walnut Country Bread 500g

A versatile, hearty loaf, perfect for sandwiches or toast for breakfast - slather with butter and honey. Its subtle nuttiness makes it a real favourite with cheese-lovers and works just as well for breakfast.
two poppy seeds bagels on brown papar and grey background

Poppy Seeds Bagels 100g (2 per pack)

Perfect for the morning start, these poppy seeds bagels are an absolute delight. Serve for breakfast with peanut butter and bananas or if you’re a fan of avocado toast, then you have to try avocado slices with a fried (or poached) egg on your bagel. Avocados are just as rich and creamy as cream cheese, so they’re the perfect substitute!
isle of mull cheddar cheese blocks

Isle of Mull Cheddar (Min. 180g)

A Scottish version of Somerset-style cheddar with a fruity, sharp and very tangy flavour. Made by the Reids, who moved from Somerset to Mull in the late 70’s, Isle of Mull Cheddar is known for its pale colour and sharp tang.  The pale colour is the result of the climate – due to a short growing season the cows are kept indoors for much of the year.  This means that they are fed of a mixture of silage and draff (grain husks from the local distillery), which is lower in carotene than grass. There is a clear difference between the cheese made during the short summer months – which is moister, nuttier and more butter coloured – and the cheese made during the rest of the year. 

The sporadic bluing that sometimes occurs in the cheese is seen by the Reids as being a happy accident – it adds a beautiful salty punch, and is a totally natural occurrence. The Reid’s herd is made up mostly of Friesian cows, with some Jersey, Ayrshire and Swiss Reds and are looked after by their son – Garth.

  The cheese is freshly cut and packed per order Friday prior to delivery. The final weight may vary between 180g-220g.