High Weald St Giles 150g

High Weald St Giles 150g

SKU# FINCHEEHIGWEASTG150

Availability: In stock

£3.55

Award-winning St Giles cheese is High Weald Dairy’s English version of the Saint Paulin style found in France. It has a rich, buttery texture, a mild, creamy flavour – and that stunning edible orange rind is created using organic carrots!

St Giles is a real crowd-pleaser, winning both Best English and Best British cheese at the World Cheese Awards 2009, and a Silver at the International Cheese Awards 2017. It would make an excellent addition to your cheeseboard. It melts beautifully on cheese-on-toast, even melted into a very luxurious jacket potato. Or, pop in a sandwich with sliced grapes and bacon, add to a salad with fresh tomatoes and a good grind of black pepper.

Quick Overview

Award-winning St Giles cheese is High Weald Dairy’s English version of the Saint Paulin style found in France. It has a rich, buttery texture, a mild, creamy flavour – and that stunning edible orange rind is created using organic carrots!



St Giles is a real crowd-pleaser, winning both Best English and Best British cheese at the World Cheese Awards 2009, and a Silver at the International Cheese Awards 2017. It would make an excellent addition to your cheeseboard. It melts beautifully on cheese-on-toast, even melted into a very luxurious jacket potato. Or, pop in a sandwich with sliced grapes and bacon, add to a salad with fresh tomatoes and a good grind of black pepper.

Ingredients

Pasteurised milk, salt, carrot coating, microbial rennet, cultures. *Non-organic

Allergens in bold.

Suitable for vegetarians

Keep it cool!

Please tell us where to leave this product if you are not in – it needs to be kept chilled to maintain its quality. A cool box in a shady spot works well.

Storage

Use within 3 days of opening and serve at room temperature. Once opened, reseal in food wrap or place in an airtight container in the fridge.

About High Weald Dairy

High Weald Dairy, family owned and run by Guy, Mark and Sarah Hardy, is based on their organic farm in West Sussex. They were named the Sussex Food Producer of the Year in 2012.