Cropwell Bishop Stilton 7kg

Product Profile:

Name Cropwell Bishop Stilton
Producer Cropwell Bishop Creamery
Origin Nottinghamshire, England
Milk Stock Pasteurised cow's milk
Rennet Type  Microbial (non-animal)
Average Fat Content 33% 
Format Large wheel
Size 7kg random weight
Minimum Order 1kg cuts (approx.) 
Qty Per Box Single wheel per box

Pasteurised prime summer pasture milk is used to produce England’s only name-protected cheese. The pastures are established on top of coal fields that have high iron content and this is said to create Stilton’s unique flavours. Naturally occurring bacteria in the milk, aided by the air that enters through the process of needling, helps to create the blue mould. The cheese should be crumbly yet firm enough to cut. Stilton has a dry brown rough rind around a creamy ivory paste with liberal blueing that spreads all the way to the edges.

This cheese is full, rich and creamy with complex flavours of honey, leather, tobacco and molasses. The aroma is huge and spicy; the rind is edible and very pungent. Keep in the original cheese paper or hold in foil - not plastic directly on the rind as it tends to make the rind of blue cheeses sweat. 


servings per pack: 280 approx.               serving size: 25g     
  per serve per 100g
Energy  399kj 1595kj
Protein  5.2g 20.9g
Fat, Total  8.4g 33.5g
  - Saturated  - -
Carbohydrates 20mg 100mg
  - Sugars  - -
Calcium  135mg  540mg 
Sodium  195mg 780mg
Ingredients: Cows' milk, rennet, salt, starter culture.

Information for this profile sourced from AOAP Staff and http://www.cropwellbishopstilton.com/


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