Bath Soft Cheese
There is an old farming saying, “Look after your cows and your cows will look after you.”
The Bath Soft Cheese Company are entirely organic – so that means no fungicides, pesticides or artificial fertilizers are used on their land. Instead they use manure and organic compost to fertilise the land. The milk and cheese is produced in a way that protects our natural world and lets every farm animal feel the sun on its back.
The Padfield family have been happily milking a herd of cows at Park Farm for four generations. Edward Ernest Padfield took on the 240 acres of Park Farm in August 1914.
This square cheese is soft and yielding with a white bloomy rind. Once cut into, it reveals an ivory-coloured interior. The flavour is mushroomy and creamy with a hint of lemons. It comes wrapped in parchment paper with a red wax seal.
Made with pasteurised cow's milk (MILK) and animal rennet.
It is necessary to apply a common sense approach to cheese care and respond to the cheese you have in front of you, as opposed to following rigid guidelines.
The best option is to keep the cheese wrapped in its waxed paper within a box in the fridge. The container will help to prevent the cheese from drying out and prevent the cheese from absorbing flavours.
We are lucky to be surrounded by incredible artisan producers, we have chosen a range of artisan products that meet our ethical and sustainability standards.Our Mission
We offer speedy next day delivery in our 100% recyclable packaging. There is a minimum order value of £30 for all orders. We deliver to the whole of the UK, including the Scottish Highlands and Channel Islands.Delivery Information
We have received the countries highest accolades including; BBC 4 Food & Farming Best Producer, The Telegraph's Best Butcher, The Independent's Best Meat Box, Great Taste Top 50 Best Food Products.Quality
About the producer
The Padfield family have been happily milking a herd of cows at Park Farm for four generations. Edward Ernest Padfield took on the 240 acres of Park Farm in August 1914. Cheddar cheese was made by his wife in the building that adjoined the farmhouse and the cows were milked by hand in the building across the yard. They had a small herd of Shorthorn cows.
In 1990, when Graham Padfield decided to start making cheese again, he was able to do so in the very same buildings in which his grandmother had made her Cheddar nearly 80 years before. Times change and in 2015, production moved into a new cheese dairy adjacent to the cattle dairy and milking parlour. Graham’s award-winning cheeses are now made closer than ever to where the cows are milked – less than 50 yards away!
The farm take a traditional approach to how they raise and graze their small herd of 160 mainly Holstein Friesian cows. They are entirely organic and are registered with Organic Farmers and Growers.