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  • April 3, 2018
    A Taste of Cornwall
    A Taste of Cornwall

    Get ready! 

    From Tuesday 10th April we are very proud to reveal our two new Springtime pasties!  They perfectly champion our ongoing quest to bring you the very best tastes and experiences from Cornwall - wrapped up in a delicious pasty of course!

    Our brand new Steak & Cornish Blue Pasty and our Garden Vegetable and Cornish Blue Pasty are leading the way in authentic Cornish tastes and are a shining example of our Cornish heritage showcasing traditional methods and ways.

    The Cornish Blue Cheese that features in both pasties is a truly artisan handmade cheese, produced from milk supplied by the Stansfield’s family farm on the edge of Bodmin Moor near Liskeard in Cornwall.

    Try One Today!

    Handmade in West Cornwall, award-winning Cornish ingredients, our famous hand-crimped crust, delicious pastry, freshly baked in store… We think this is the perfect pasty to spring into Spring!

    About Cornish Blue

    As a handmade product, much of the skill in producing the Cheeses lies with a highly trained team of artisan cheese makers. Cornish Blue is a vegetarian, pasteurised, cows’ milk cheese which is dry salted by hand before being left to mature for between 12 and 14 weeks.

    Designed to be eaten as a young cheese, Cornish Blue is a very different product from traditional English blue cheeses. Its flavour is mild and creamy, with a dense texture and buttery richness, instead of the ‘salty tang’ common of other traditional blue cheeses it has a gentle sweetness.

    Cornish Blue Cheese has been internationally recognised by the many Awards including World Cheese Awards Champion Cheese in 2010 and Best Blue and English Cheese in 2007.

    Find out more about Cornish Blue HERE