Matured for three to four months. The subtle flavour of mustard grains need a younger, gentler cheese to set them off to perfection. Good with baked potatoes, or on top of cauliflower cheese.
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Ashmore Mustard

£2.60 /100g

A Parmesan-like hardness makes it ideal for grating. Its rich flavour with caramel notes earn it a place on any cheese board. Use in risottos for a change.
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Beau Farm 12 Month Goat Gouda

£3.10 /100g

Creamy, zingy with a real spark to it, this modern take on a cheddar-style cheese is a real original. Accept no substitutes! Made in Snowdonia.
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Black Bomber

£2.00 /100g

Brie-style British Friesian cow’s milk cheese matured for two to six weeks. Rich, runny, voluptuous. This will remind you why Brie became known as one of the most indulgent of cheeses.
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Bowyer’s

£2.20 /100g

Soft enough to spread with a spoon this beauty from Tipperary balances creaminess with real zing. Dab it on roast root vegetables for a sinful indulgence.
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Cashel Blue

£2.80 /100g

Award-winning camembert-style British Friesian cow’s milk cheese matured for three weeks. Rich and creamy. Leave it out of the fridge on the day you eat it, and watch it open up and bloom like a flower.
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Chaucers

£3.40 /each (approx 150g)

Scotland’s attempt to break into the Stilton market is now made by the best Stilton maker. Creamy and rich with a spiciness that grows as it ages.
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Colston Bassett Shropshire Blue

£2.10 /100g

A good Stilton will be creamy and mild enough to eat for breakfast. This is that perfect Stilton. Have another kilo!
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Colston Bassett Stilton

£2.10 /100g

Made in Cornwall by a Dutch cheesemaker. Matured for 20 plus months for a deep, full, nutty flavour. What a change from the commercial rubber version!
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Cornish Gouda

£2.80 /100g

Pasteurised and salted with Maldon salt. Rich and creamy, this is butter with real taste, not some flabby dairy-based sealant fit solely for preventing your bread going soggy.
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Cowslip Butter

£3.00 /200g

Been disappointed by your last wedge of Roquefort? Try this invigorating sheep’s milk blue from Tipperary. So much crackle and pop from such docile animal!
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Crozier Blue

£3.20 /100g

Top quality cumin transforms this young gouda from Cornwall into a vibrant treat. Use it in a cauliflower cheese to impress your friends.
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Cumin Gouda

£2.30 /100g

British ewe’s milk camembert style matured for two to six weeks. Luscious, instantly addictive when young sweet and creamy.
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Dargate Dumpy

£4.88 /each (approx 150g)

Rolled in chilli flakes. Good in salad and filo pastry tarts.
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Ellie’s Chilli

£3.38 /130g

Curd goat’s cheese with a feta-like texture. Fresh and citrusy. Crumble into salads or add to roast vegetables.
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Ellie’s Dairy Plain

£2.45 /100g

Rolled in a mix of herbs including a touch of mint to give it a slightly North African spin.
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Ellie’s Herb

£3.38 /130g

Award-winning naturally rinded cheddar style Kentish goat’s milk cheese aged for around three months to make a creamy, clean and fresh-tasting cheese with a slightly peppery finish.
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Kelly’s Canterbury Goat

£2.90 /100g

Soft and crumbly with a yoghurty tang, this is a gorgeous breakfast or lunchtime cheese. It's also the last Lancashire cheese made in Lancashire, so ignore any others.
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Mrs Kirkham’s Lancashire

£2.10 /100g

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Local Delivery and Pick up Only

We are currently only able to offer local delivery to all CT postcodes on a Thursday (except for the Christmas week) and ME9, ME10 and ME13 on a Friday (except for the Christmas week).

Alternatively you can pick your order up from either:

The Goods Shed

Cheesemakers of Canterbury
The Goods Shed
Station Road West
Canterbury
CT2 8AN

The Dairy

Cheesemakers of Canterbury
Lamberhurst Farm
Dargate
Faversham
ME13 9ES