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  • Premier Icon timidwheeler

    Wensleydale, Shropshire blue, Cheddar and Stilton.

    Premier Icon BigJohn

    I’m currently nibbling a bit of Roquefort and sipping a Sauternes. Lovely.

    And although I’m allergic to “with” I used to love a Torta di Dolcelatte which is layers of dolcelatte with marscapone..


    best cheese is all about the moment, a run of the mill cheddar allowed to sweat in a warm cabin all day eaten on fresh crusty bread with a lovely glass of chianti watching the sun going down over Horsey Mere, Heaven !


    Depends on my mood. For a blue cheese Roquefort is hard to beat.

    For a hard UK cheese I’m an very fond of Black Bomber or the Wookie Hole cheddar.

    I had a nice Camembert baked on Christmas Day. With crudités. Got HWMBO (He Who Must Be Obeyed) some cheddar with whisky in from Aldi and he says it is nice but sweet. Bleugh.


    Single Gloucester
    Sage Derby
    Real Manchego

    Premier Icon mogrim

    Cant believe a few have selected Manchego – it’s the beige of cheeses.

    No, it’s not – you’ve just tasted the crap end of the market. A bit like dismissing “cheddar” after eating an Irish mild rubber type…

    Premier Icon BigJohn

    Didn’t Gareth Bale go to Real Manchego?

    Premier Icon scotroutes

    Another Manchego fan here.

    Premier Icon plumslikerocks

    Didn’t misread after all…..


    St Nectaire… Not the best ever, probably, but nice and pungent. Really enjoyed the Steak Roquefort I had in the St James pub / restaurant in Spa the other day – so Roquefort has to be up there for me.

    Good Stilton, Brie and Camembert always goes down well. Especially with port.


    I really can’t understand how people can enjoy Roquefort; to me it tastes like battery acid (I speak from unpleasant experince).
    Much the same with wasabi, which provides an identical experience with having deoderant sprayed into your mouth.

    I’m going to go with (the probably unpopular vote for) Cheddar.
    It’s so versatile and there are some incredible variations (Scruttock’s Old Derigible 4yr old for example).
    Comte comes a close second mind.

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