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Stilton Cheese, Colston Bassett, Traditional vegetarian Blue cheese

Stilton Cheese, Colston Bassett, Traditional vegetarian Blue cheese

£2.70 per 100g

Firm but creamy and full of flavour

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    Stilton Blue cheese from the Colston Bassett Dairy is one of the best Stiltons available in our opinion. Colston Bassett Stilton is creamy, full of flavour without being overpowering, it's a true blue of the cheese world!

    Stilton was first known at the beginning of the eighteenth century. Stilton cheese was originally made in the town of Stilton, but now the PDO(Protected Designation of Origin) stipulates  that it can only be made in the three adjacent counties  of Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and Leicestershire.

    Stilton is a rich cream colour with blue veining all the way through, smooth and creamy with a mellow flavour and is best eaten at around 12 weeks.

    This is a great value blue to have on a wedding stack although you wouldn't think it by the quality!  Pictured second cheese up in both wedding cheese images on this page.

    Stilton Dimensions: 21cm diameter by 5cm - 24cm in height!

    Baby Stilton Dimensions: 16cm wide x 17cm high, 2.1kg

    If you'd like a height that isn't listed on here please get in touch.  We can cut to whatever you like between 4 and 24 cm in height. 


    Milk Type : Cow's milk

    Pasteurisation : Pasteurised

    Rennet type : Vegetarian rennet

    Flavour : Strong

    Country of Origin : England

    Brand : Colston Bassett Dairy

    Product Code : MTCS730

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    Amazing customer service

    As we all know the cheese is superb. How ever the team at mousetrap are amazing! Literally there is nothing more they could do for you. I will use mousetrap for all of my cheese going forth. Thank you guys.

    Nick Vinnicombe | West Sussex | December 2022