Isle of Man Creamery are delighted to announce that they have won Silver and Bronze awards at The World Cheese Awards.
Grated Mature Cheddar took a Silver award and Cracked Peppercorn Mature Cheddar scooped a Bronze award.
The World Cheese Awards took place on 23rd November at the BBC Good Food Show, which is the biggest consumer food and drink show in the UK. More than 2,500 cheeses were entered by 394 cheese producers from around the world.
A tasting panel of 200 international judges included Whole Foods Market global cheese buyer Cathy Strange, South African dairy product developer Suzy O’Regan of Woolworths Foods, and leading Australian speciality cheese judge Ian Roberton of Meribel Fine Foods.
Rob Evans, Sales Director at the Creamery said "This is a fantastic achievement for the Creamery and it’s great to see our new Grated Mature Cheddar already winning awards. We are absolutely delighted to have won two awards at the prestigious World Cheese Awards, which is a credit to everyone at the Creamery”.
Grated Mature Cheddar – our 12 month old Isle of Man Mature Cheddar is a firm bodied, distinctly creamy and full-flavoured cheese with a smooth close texture. Grated and packed in convenience packs, its ideal for the perfect jacket potato or cheese on toast!
Isle of Man Mature Cheddar is hand-blended with the finest cracked black peppercorns to create our speciality Cracked Peppercorn Mature Cheddar, showcasing our cheese makers’ artisanal expertise … distinctively delicious!
The Creamery’s range of cheeses are available in stores on the Island and through the home delivery service.