Traditional Trio Selection with crackers and chutney
Traditional Trio Selection with crackers and chutney
Traditional Trio Selection with crackers and chutney
Traditional Trio Selection with crackers and chutney
Traditional Trio Selection with crackers and chutney
Traditional Trio Selection with crackers and chutney
Traditional Trio Selection with crackers and chutney
Traditional Trio Selection with crackers and chutney
Traditional Trio Selection with crackers and chutney
Traditional Trio Selection with crackers and chutney
Traditional Trio Selection with crackers and chutney
Traditional Trio Selection with crackers and chutney
Traditional Trio Selection with crackers and chutney

Traditional Trio Selection with crackers and chutney

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Our trio box contains three delicious traditional cheese truckles produced by JJ Sandhams. Choose from our large selection of crackers plus a jar of Raydale Preserves Chutney.

Tasty Lancashire 

Sandhams tasty lancashire cheese is moist, crumbly and rich with a savoury tang. A traditionally made British cheese, there is a satisfying citrusy acidic tang to this cheese which has what the locals call a buttery crumble in texture.

Ogden Original Extra Mature Cheddar
Light cream coloured matured cheddar, with open consistent texture, full-bodied to give a clean, rich, strong flavour.

Ploughmans Pickle
Light creamy Cheddar cheese blended with a combination of sharp pickled onions and flecked with green chives imparting an infusion of particulates to give a clean, fresh flavoured cheese.
    Packed in a small brown Bowes Dairy cardbard box


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    Suitable for Vegetarians

    Store between 0-8°C. Usage: once opened, cover and keep refrigerated, use within 7 days.


    since 1929

    J.J.Sandham

    is one of Britain’s most successful independent cheese makers.

    JJ Sandham produces all cheese using traditional recipes handed down from generation to generation. 

    Traditional Lancashire Cheese

    Cheese making in Lancashire can be traced back as far as the 12th Century when in 1199 King John granted Preston a Royal Charter to host an annual cheese fair.

    British Territorials

    JJ Sandham produces the full spectrum of hard British territorial cheeses including Cheddar, Red Leicester, Double Gloucester, Cheshire and Wensleydale.


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