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Elderflower Clothbound Cheese

Elderflower Clothbound Cheese



Handcrafted using heritage starters by expert cheesemakers, this exquisite cheese is clothbound and naturally matured, typically for 6 months.

A fresh creamy clothbound cheese with a flicker of real elderflower running through it. Delicately scented, rich and buttery with aromatic floral notes. 

Perfect paired with pickles and charcuterie, for nibbling in the sunshine. 


Pasteurised. Cow's Milk (MILK), Elderflower.

Keep refrigerated. To enjoy this cheese at its best, eat within 7 days of opening and by the best before date shown. Once opened we recommend wrapping your cheese in greaseproof paper and storing in an air-tight container in the fridge.


We farm in harmony with nature, using regenerative farming techniques to nurture our countryside. By supporting us you are helping us to sustain 25 small-scale farming families.

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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.

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Unrivalled Quality

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.



About Quicke's Cheese

With over a century's experience between them, the Quicke's families team of expert cheesemakers understand that what they do is an art. Using all their senses, they individually craft every cheese by hand. The recipes they follow date back generations; each batch of cheese is started using a culture that has remained unchanged for decades.

At every stage of its creation they strive for greatness, and it all begins with the land. The red Devon soil, the gentle rain and warmth of sunlight give lush pasture to feed their cows. Quicke's use a carefully managed grazing system to ensure the cows get the best lush grass. 

Grass has a lot good things going for it: feed cows on grass, and their milk contains more conjugated linoleic acid, CLA, (good for everything) and the beneficial ratio of Omega 3 oils and Omega 6. That rich yellow colour in the milk comes from carotene (vitamin A) in grazed grass, too. Quicke's milk is a true expression of our the Devon terrior, making it the most incredible ingredient for their outstanding clothbound cheddar.

Our friends at Quicke’s have been nurturing their unspoiled Devon farm for over 450 years, crafting the very finest flavours of cheese from their idyllic corner of Devon. To create their award winning cheeses, they use time-honoured methods and recipes that have been passed down through the years to create their outstanding range of cheeses - handmade, clothbound and slow-matured to perfection. Every Quicke’s cheese is handmade and wrapped in muslin to let it breathe as it matures. This allows a wonderful rind to develop - which, incidentally is the hallmark of clothbound cheddar, and is essential to its rich, satisfying flavour. 

Quicke’s mission statement is a testament to their generational stability and their dedication to creating the best dairy products possible. Pipers & Quicke’s have enjoyed a firm friendship over the years as both farms look toward carefully crafting unique products that are inextricably linked to this very part of the countryside.Taking their traditional values and blending with their modern leanings of innovation, vision and teamwork - Quicke's is working towards creating something that brings great pleasure to many.