The Ultimate Soft Cheese Box
The ultimate hamper for the soft cheese lovers, our February Cheese Club offer includes three of our most popular cheeses - Saint, 1792, and Oen.
Paired with our sweet and tangy Pepperberry Onion Relish and our favourite Tasman Sea Salt Lavosh crackers, you've got yourself a people-pleasing cheese platter ready to go!
SAINT - 190g
In the central plateau of France there are a number of cheeses that are all named after the local Saints. Like our Saint, they are all surface ripened, soft oozy cheeses with a light bloom on the rind – not a thick carpet of single strain white mould found on more commercial cheeses. This cheese can be eaten younger, when the inside is still firm and the flavour more delicate, or wait until the curd breaks down completely and the flavour gets more pungent.
1792 - 190g
1792 - It was the year the French first set foot on Tasmanian soil and this very French, very pungent little cheese, matured on aromatic Huon Pine boards, celebrates what could have been. It is made in the traditional method – its pinky-orange rind the result of being regularly hand-washed in brine, encouraging the surface bacteria that give this cheese its complex flavour and aroma. Great with cider, ale or a meaty pinot.
OEN - 190g
A true labour of love, this cheese is washed in local pinot noir before being wrapped in vine leaves and matured for 3-4 weeks.
When young it is fresh-tasting with lemony acidity but as it ages and breaks down, it becomes complex and savoury. If you are looking for the perfect cheese to pair with your pinot noir, this is it.
OUR PEPPERBERRY ONION RELISH - 280g
The relish's sweetness and tang are paired with the Tasmanian pepperberry's characteristically delayed but intense peppery heat. Include our Pepperberry Onion Relish in your next cheese board or charcuterie for a delicious peppery hit, while adding a dollop to even the most basic of sandwiches is enough to turn it gourmet!
TASMAN SEA SALT LAVOSH - 150g
We've been looking for a great Lavosh to offer you guys as part of a cheese club for sometime now and this collaboration between Tasman Sea Salt and a local deli in Hobart has provided us with the solution! This is pretty great, all you want in a cheese cracker with just enough of a sprinkling of Tasmanian Sea Salt!