Stinking Bishop - Cheese.com

Stinking Bishop - Cheese.com

200g cut of Stinking Bishop Cheese

A slice of stinking bishop cheese. Cut fresh and sent in a chilled box.

Stinking Bishop: Stinking Bishop is a great example of a cheese that displays prickly thorns on the outside and then treats you right if you dare to give it a chance. Use it to surprise your friends that are scared of that stinky edge and get them to discover the sweet, custardy reward at the center of it all.

Stinking Bishop

Stinking Bishop: Stinking Bishop is a great example of a cheese that displays prickly thorns on the outside and then treats you right if you dare to give it a chance. Use it to surprise your friends that are scared of that stinky edge and get them to discover the sweet, custardy reward at the center of it all.

One of the oldest types of cheese in the world, Stinking Bishop dates back to the time of the Cictercian monks. It’s produced out of pasteurized Gloucestershire-cow’s milk and then washed with Stinking Bishop Pear juice, which makes the rind orange and really sticky.

Stinking Bishop Cheese , produced at Charles Martell and sons at Laurel Farm, Dymock, Gloucestershire UK, since This cheese lives up to the Stinking name but tastes very good and is sticky and gooey.

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The Stinking Bishops

Fun fact: Stinking Bishop cheese from Gloucestershire gets its name from the pear used in the cider that the cheese is aged in.

Named after the Stinking Bishop pear varietal from Gloucestershire, this cheese is a spectacular dairy experience.

Stinking Bishop is a washed rind cheese dating back to the Cistercian monks who once settled in Dymock where this cheese is made. Our variety is now made by Charles Martell, who works endlessly to carry on the traditional products of Gloucestershire.

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Stinking Bishop cheese - washed rind in hard cider of pears!

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Stinking Bishop cheese, despite its alarming name and smell, is mild-flavoured and quite delicious. The smell arises from bacterial action on the perry, soaked into the rind.

Wines, beers or liqueurs: does any drink stand up to the famously smelly Stinking Bishop cheese which is washed in perry? Here are my top recommendations.

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