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Baron Bigod

Product Code: CHBG_VM

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From £11.00

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Jonny Crickmore imported his herd of red and white Montbeliarde cows from small French alpine farms, and they now graze the lush meadows of Stow Fen where Jonny makes this fabulous cheese in small batches from raw milk still warm from the morning’s milking. [more...]

One of only a handful of its type to be made by the farmer on the farm, the delicious result is the only traditional raw milk Brie-de-Meaux style cheese produced in the UK. The cheese has a smooth, delicate and silky texture and complex, long lasting flavours that bounce around the mouth.

Baron Bigod is not suitable for vegetarians.

Keep refrigerated 0 - 5oC

Ingredients
Unpasteurised Milk, Salt, Animal Rennet.

For allergens see ingredients in bold.
Country of Origin
UK
Nutrition
Typical Nutritional InformationPer 100g
Energy KJ1327
Energy kcal317
Total Fat31.0
of which saturates22.0
Carbohydrate2.9
of which sugars0
Protein0.6
Salt0.8
Reviews

What people are saying about our Baron Bigod

Baron Bigod

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11 days ago
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Surely a Duke of cheese and not just a 'Baron'. I served this to guests recently and everyone thought it was spectacular.
one month ago
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great stuff
2 months ago
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Beautifully presented and great flavour
2 months ago
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Previously found thus cheese quite irresistible, - but this one wasn't up to standard. Not very creamy or tasty!
2 months ago
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Very good cheese
3 months ago
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Real delight I would highly recommend
3 months ago
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Excellent just ready to eat.
4 months ago
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I never received this as my order was sent to my billing and not to my delivery address
6 months ago
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Very dry and poor quality! Tasteless too!
6 months ago
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Quite a different taste to mo cheeses and one we will be ordering again for its flavour
7 months ago
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Wonderful cheese and I will definitely order it again
7 months ago
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Very tasty cheese, and a firm favourite.
9 months ago
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Somewhat disappointing. I expected more from the catalogue description and from an unpasteurised cheese
2 years ago
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I shared thiswith friends who remember the Brie of the 1970s and 1980sbefore it was bland. It had no chance of reaching its use by date and was perfect to eat on the day it arrived. Please congratulate the makers.