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High Street Hero - Le Blais brothers

Run by the Le Blais brothers, who are originally from the Pays d’Auge area of Normandy, Une Normande a Londres sources cheeses from suppliers all over France. Offerings range from familiar favourites such as camembert de Normandie and brie de Meaux, to the more obscure tête de moine and Sainte Maure de Touraine. Many of the stall’s products are regional specialities which have been granted protected AOC status.

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Bleu D'auvergne (200g)

Bleu d'Auvergne is a French blue cheese named after its place of origin in the Auvergne region of south-central France.It is creamy ivory...

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£4.50

Bleu Des Basque (200g)

With a slightly salty savour, this cheese releases very typical blue cheese aromas and a light sheep taste. Rather rich and strong, the...

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£7.90

Bleu Des Causses (200g)

Bleu des Causses is a French blue cheese made from raw milk of Montbeliarde and Aubrac breeds of cow. it is produced in the Languedoc...

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£5.90

Roquefort (200g)

Roquefort is a popular French cheese, it is moist and breaks into little pieces easily.

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£7.90

Camembert De Normandie (250g)

The fresh Camembert cheese is bland, hard and crumbly in texture when fresh. As the cheese matures it forms a smooth, runny interior and...

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£5.50

Chaource (500g)

Chaource is a soft cheese made from cow’s milk in the village of Chaource, France. This cylindrical shaped cheese has a soft-ripened,...

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£12.50

Epoisses (250g)

The cheese has creamy, chewy and firm texture. With a distinctive soft red-orange colour, it is categoried as a smear-ripened cheese...

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£14.90

Langres (180g)

Langres is a French cow’s milk cheese that originated from the plateau of Langres in the region of the Champagne Ardenne, France....

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£7.50

Livarot (200g)

One of the oldest and greatest Normandy cheeses, Livarot is a monastic French cheese easily distinguished by its washed rind and pungent...

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£8.90

Maroilles (200g)

It usually has a square shape with brick-red, smooth, washed and sticky rind. It has a powerful, pungent aroma suggestive of fermenting...

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£6.90

Munster (200g)

Munster, also known as Munster Géromé is a soft washed rind cheese made from milk produced by cows living in the regions between Alsace,...

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£5.90

Mont D'or Baby (400g)

The characteristics of this small, fermier or artisanal goat's milk cheese from Lyon are the blue mould and reddish rind that appear...

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£12.90

Mont D'or Maxi (800g)

The characteristics of this small, fermier or artisanal goat's milk cheese from Lyon are the blue mould and reddish rind that appear...

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£18.90

Neufchatel (200g)

Neufchatel is a traditional, soft-white, table cheese, originating from the village of Neufchâtel-en-Bray in northern Normandy. Made from...

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£5.90

Reblochon

(Default size: 1/4) Reblochon AOC is a semi-soft, washed-rind and smear-ripened mountain cheese . It is a lightly pressed, uncooked...

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£3.90

St Felicien (180g)

Saint-Felicien is a soft, cow's milk cheese.The cheese is similar to Saint-Marcellin in flavour and texture, although it is almost twice...

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£6.90

St Marcellin (80g)

Saint-Marcelin is a soft unpasteurised, mold ripened,small round, wrinkly cheese dusted with a coating of white yeast. The texture of the...

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£4.90

Brillat Savarin

Default size = 1/4. Brillat-Savarin is a triple cream dessert cheese.It has a fat content of at least 75% achieved by adding rich,...

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£5.90

Beaufort (200g)

This remarkable cheese was already known in the time of the Romans.he cheese is made from the milk given by the mahogany-coloured...

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£10.90

Cantal Old (200g)

One of the oldest cheeses in France,a semi-hard, uncooked, pressed cheese .There are three types of Cantal cheese, grouped according to...

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£5.90

Comte + 15 Months (200g)

Comté is a French cheese produced in the Jura Massif region of Eastern France. This hard mountain cheese is matured to perfection in the...

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£6.90

Comte + 20 Months (200g)

Comté is a French cheese produced in the Jura Massif region of Eastern France. This hard mountain cheese is matured to perfection in the...

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£7.90

Comte + 36 Months (200g)

Comté is a French cheese produced in the Jura Massif region of Eastern France. This hard mountain cheese is matured to perfection in the...

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£10.90

Emmental (200g)

It is a traditional, unpasteurised, hard cheese made from cow's milk.The aroma is sweet with tones of fresh-cut hay. The flavour is very...

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£4.90

Tomme De Savoie (200g)

Generally, all Tomme cheeses are named after the village where they are produced.It is made from raw, skimmed cow’s milk after the cream...

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£5.90

Mimolette Old (200g)

This cheese looks like giant orange with rough, pitted skin. It is creamery, hard cheese made from cow's milk and it is actually a...

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£6.90

Morbier (200g)

Morbier is a semi-soft cow’s milk cheese named after the small village of Morbier in Franche-Comté. The cheese has an ivory colour, and...

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£5.90

Raclette (200g)

Raclette is a semi-hard cheese made on both sides of the French and Swiss Alps. Valais Raclette or Fromage a Raclette, as they are...

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£4.90

Perail (100g)

Perail de Brebis is a soft-ripened, flat disc cheese made of sheep's milk.The cheese is specially ripened in wooden moulds as it has the...

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£5.50

Banon (100g)

Banon is a soft unpasteurised cheese made from goat's milk.The cheese is wrapped in a case of chestnut leaves, held in place with raffia....

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£7.90

Charolais (250g)

Charolais is artisanal cheese which comes from the granite plains of Charola in the region of Bourgogne, France. The subtle flavours of...

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£12.50

Crottin De Chevre (60g)

After a Crottin is a week old, it has a yeast-like flavor with a moist texture. As it ages for a few days longer the cheese begins to...

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£2.90

Pouligny St Pierre (250g)

Pouligny-Saint-Pierre is a French goats'-milk cheese made in the Indre department of central France.The cheese is distinctive, being...

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£12.50

Pyramide (250g)

Named for their shape - truncated pyramids. Ashes are rubbed into the surface to speed enzyme-lactic acid reactions. It ranks among...

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£10.50

Rocamadour (35g)

Rocamadour cheese belongs to a family of goat cheeses called Cabecous.It appears white, ivory cream with velvety skin.

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£1.90

Sauvaget (180g)

A raw goat’s milk cheese from the Deux Sevrés between Nantes and La Rochelle

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£7.90

Taupinette (135g)

La Taupiniere is a highly aromatic unpasteurised goat's milk cheese.Dome shaped and sheathed in a natural blue-grey mould, La Taupiniere...

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£6.90