Lancashire Bomb with Red Onion
The Lancashire Bomb is a firm favourite, and we are really excited about this creation - The Lancashire Bomb with Red Onion! With the red onion addition it is absolutely delicious on some crusty bread or in a Ploughmans.
A firm favourite in our house, this handmade tasty Lancashire is matured for 24 months, giving a strong yet very creamy flavour. Made with pasteurised milk from his own herd of Holstein Freisian cows, Andrew Shorrock is the fourth generation of his family to make this exceptional tasty Lancashire in Goosnargh near Preston. In 1938 Shorrocks Tasty Lancashire won the renowned Preston Open Cheese Fair beating all-comers at a time when every farm was making cheese. Since the early 20th century the same traditions and the dedication of one family have resulted in a fantastic example of a true regional classic.
Simply slice the top with a knife and scoop out with a spoon. Try on toast with a good dollop of Red Chilli Jelly and a nice glass of red wine.
The Lancashire Bomb can be kept for up to 18 months unopened! Once opened use within 4 weeks.
- Cows' Milk Cheese Made with pasteurised milk
- Suitable for vegetarians
The Shorrock family have been making Lancashire Cheese since 1923, and Andrew Shorrock's Grandfather won Supreme Champion at the Preston Open Cheese Competition in 1938.
Since then Shorrock's 24 month mature Lancashire cheese has continued to be a firm favourite in house holds around Lancashire and throughout the British Isles, and it was 25 years ago that Andrew created the Lancashire Bomb that we now know and love shaped as a bomb in a black wax. Andrew has also now developed a range of Lancashire Bombs including Caramelised Red Onion, Chilli, Spiced Apple & Port, Apple Smoked, and Strawberry & Champagne to name a few, all of which also make fantastic cheese gifts.Read more
(Items that do not need to be sent chilled)
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- Scottish Highlands & Islands, Channel Islands: £13.50
- Isle of Man, Northern Ireland & Republic of Ireland: £16.95