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For Father’s Day

  We were thinking of a Lancashire Bomb or a nice Worthys but we are sure you could find a little something to go with the Father’s Favourite Chutney.
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Spanish Promotion

Last chance to taste the delights of our first promotion -Murcia al Vino and Monte Enebro are two fantastic but very different goats cheeses. Murcia al vino is a hard goat rind washed in red wine. Monte Enebro is a soft goat using Roquefort culture – simply delicious. And of cou
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Penzance Post

  For anyone who missed this Penzance Post  article: Queen Cheese, moi?! Check out this great article penned by the folks at Penzance Post; a quality blog devoted to our lovely town and surrounding area.   http://www.penzancepost.com/  
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TIme for a change

Helen is selling the shop to concentrate on the arrival of Babybel 2. Helen set up Newlyn Cheese and Charcuterie two and a half years ago and it has grown and developed into a fantastic shop that complements and completes the range of independent retail outlets in Newlyn.
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Meet the new owners

Lindsay and Annie are the new owners of Newlyn Cheese and Charcuterie. ‘We plan to keep the shop very much as  Helen had it. We  think its a great little shop, we have really enjoyed being customers and we are in no hurry to change things’. Lindsay and Annie have been work
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Amazing bakeable Sheeps’ Cheese

Roll up roll up for the arrival of the Ewes’ milk answer to Vacherin. Warm it in the oven, serve with fresh bread and share (or not, as the case may be!) It’s Spanish, it’s creamy, unctuous and full of flavour. Made from the milk of Awassi sheep with thistle rennet,
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Hard goat!

Ever considered a goat’s cheddar? We have both smoked and not in the shop, made by the Quicke family in Devon and a flavoursome, versatile alternative to the normal stuff.
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Beenleigh Blue back in the shop!

We are delighted to announce the return of the strong, tangy ewe’s blue from Devon after its annual holiday. Britain’s answer to Roquefort and a tasty choice for those who don’t eat cow’s milk cheese.
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Watch this space…

… we’re learning to use the new website and look forward to regular posts and much more!
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