Soft cheese, mhmmm gooey, rich and decadent. What’s not to love! Leave a proper Brie out for a couple of hours and it should walk off away in our opinion. But our selection is just the infamous French Bries, we’ve got English and Italian in our range as well. As well as more obscure French soft cheeses.
A soft and pungent classic, Brie de Meaux is a strong one.
It has a bloomy, aromatic rind and a buttery, sweet finish.
It was named ‘The King of Cheeses’ for its unarguable flavour and texture.
Bloomy and decadent. With the texture of velvet.
This cheese is fresh and grassy, with a touch of the classic fungal Brie smell.
The texture is somewhere between butter and whipped cream when ripe and compliments the rich flavour it accompanies.
A soft cheese with a natural rind, Selle Sur Cher is fine and silky.
It stands out for its peculiar shape, thanks to filling pyramid-shape moulds with a ladle during manufacture. You’ll also recognise its grey-blue moulds that form on its round disc coating as it matures, thanks to a dusting of charcoal ash.
It’s a whole goat’s milk cheese, so it’s strong in flavour with a salty rind.
The Napoleonic British brie. Exquisitely buttery.
Waterloo has a creamy, firm texture and the ultimate buttery finish.
This is the perfect soft cheese for any cheese board, or any occasion.
A delicately balanced ewe’s milk Brie.
Distinct floral and fruity notes that are silky on the palate.
Wigmore is a traditional hand-made washed curd cheese, a method of cheese-making used widely across Europe