The legendary Lancashire Bomb from Andrew Shorrock is presented in a natural black wax (460g)
A true regional classic, the Lancashire Bomb Cheese is matured for 24 months, it is then wrapped in muslin, and dipped into wax creating a wonderfully creamy mature, tasty Lancashire Cheese like no other! The Shorrock family have been producing this cheese since 1923 and are from Goosnagh in Lancashire. It is fabulous on a cheese board when you have friends for dinner or Sunday lunch, alternatively keep it for yourself and enjoy it with a nice glass or red wine!
The Lancashire Bomb is a firm favourite, and we are really excited about this NEW creation - The Lancashire Bomb with Red Onion! It is a superb 24 month mature Lancashire, and with the Red Onion addition it is absolutely delicious on some crusty bread and in a Ploughmans.
Like all Quickes cheeses the Red Leicester is produced by hand using traditional methods. The curds are milled twice before being placed into the moulds resulting in a delicious crumbly texture. Maturing the cheese for up to 4 months provides a distinctive creamy flavour. This product is made using vegetarian rennet.
It is unusual to find a Double Gloucester that has been produced using traditional methods. Quickes Double Gloucester is sold at a young age when the product has matured for up to 4 months and has a subtle buttery yet tangy flavour. This product is made using vegetarian rennet.