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Shorrocks Traditional Lancashire Cheese Bomb LARGE- 460g

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Lancashire Bomb is also a fantastic tool in the kitchen; it adds real zing to macaroni cheese, soufflés and omelettes, while it’s brilliant toasted too. The cookie is set by Facebook to show relevant advertisments to the users and measure and improve the advertisements. Shorrock's now produce a variety of different flavours, this includes the Vintage Gold which is matured for an extra year.

The current generation completed a clean sweep and took all the prizes at the 2006 Royal Lancashire Agricultural Show, which was named 'The Battle of the Lancashires'. Crumbly Lancashire cheese - Unlike the other Lancashire varieties, this is made from a single day's milk and resembles other crumbly cheeses such as Cheshire and Wensleydale. Andrew has since been the original creator of the Lancashire Bomb, having originally made the first bomb as a leaving gift over 25 years ago for a friend emigrating to America. The bombs are so popular due to the very creamy and full flavoured taste which leaves you wanting more.The black and white picture attached shows Andrew's grandfather, John Gaskel Shorrock who won Supreme Champion at the last Preston Open Cheese Competition before the war broke out in 1938. Our garlic and herb bomb offers a slightly different dimension to the usual Lancashire Bomb, a superb flavour without being overpowering. If that sounds good we sell Mrs Kirkhams Traditional Lancashire (made in Lancashire) that is a full fat traditional crumbly cheese.

Andrew, now the family’s third generation cheesemaker, created the iconic Lancashire bomb over 25 years ago, for a friend moving to America. The Vintage Gold Cheese Bomb is handmade by the Shorrock family in the little village of Goosnargh which is snuggled quietly in the heart of Lancashire.

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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!

This wonderfully creamy cheese is presented in a traditional black wax, and matured for over 2 years for full flavour. It still has that familiar sharp taste and acidity but is balanced to make it less crumbly and not as dry. We can guarantee that it is due to the care and dedication that is given to this cheese that is what makes it taste so damn good! On small farms, there was insufficient milk from a single days milking to make a cheese, and so each day’s milk was curdled and accumulated for several days until there was enough curd to make a cheese. INSPIRATION: This classic and original 460g Lancashire Bomb makes a superb gift for Birthdays and Christmas, where it comes top trumps as a secret santa gift!

They use milk from their herd of Holstein Fresian cows and the Lancashire Bomb is aged for 24 months until it bursts with flavour. 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.Andrew Shorrock's Lancashire Bomb Cheese We are both from Lancashire and the Lancashire Bomb Cheese has always been an essential part of any cheese board we have for Christmas, dinner parties and summer picnics. It has proven to be a great success in the North of England and is spreading South rapidly by word of mouth due to the great taste and originality of the product. Our couriers will leave your cheese in you designated safe place in our climate controlled packaging.

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