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Cheese Appreciation: Hills & Dales, cheese from high altitude

Some of the biggest names in Cheese come from the mountains. Comte, Roquefort, Wensleydale. Why?

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Cheese Appreciation: Hills & Dales, cheese from high altitude
Cheese Appreciation: Hills & Dales, cheese from high altitude

Time & Location

07 Feb 2024, 18:30 – 21:00 GMT

Cambridge, 1, Dutch's Corner, 213 Mill Rd, Cambridge CB1 3BE, UK

About the Event

Meadows has become well known for cheese and we are really proud of our selection which is a collection of personal favourites all handmade by small producers across the UK and Europe.

Join Suzannah, owner of Meadows and our lead cheesemonger, for a cheese appreciation class.  This month, we will taste a selection of cheeses that are made in high pastures and try to understand what sets them apart.

Cheese is a broad subject and it is easy to go off topic but the plan will be to explore the following:

  • the styles of cheese that are made at high altitude
  • the recipe - terroir, temperature and time and how differences contribute to flavour
  • summer versus winter milk in mountain cheeses

The class will include a tutored tasting of 5 cheeses served with bread and crackers.  A welcome drink is included.

This is a seated tasting event with a communal table.  Due to the nature of this tasting, we cannot cater for specific dietary requirements but we can provide gluten-free crackers.  Note that we will taste cheeses made with unpasteurised milk and/or traditional animal rennet.

LIMITED SPACES - Please book a space as soon as possible.

If you would like us to host a private tasting for you at home, at work or for a social occasion please do get in touch suzannah@meadowscambridge.com

Tickets

  • Tutored Cheese Tasting

    £26.00
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  • Book now, pay later

    Book a spot with a low deposit and pay the balance on the day. £16 due on the day.

    £10.00
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