Tesco Blue Stilton Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Cheese
Newest Review: ... types of blue Stilton over the years, and this Tesco version is one of them. Available from the deli or the ordinary cheese ... more
by - written on 16/03/10 (Very useful, 62 readings)
I'm fully aware that mouldy, decaying, fungus-ridden cheese isn't to everyone's taste, but personally, I can't get enough of it! Stilton cheese, with its distinctive strong flavour and smell, is my personal favourite. Made in three counties (Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire), Stilton comes in two varieties, white and blue. Blue is the most common type, and is so called because of the blue veins which permeate it. I've just found out (thanks, Wikipedia!) that these blue veins are the result of Penicillium Roqueforti, a saprotrophic fungus. Bet your tastebuds are watering at the sound of that... Anyway, while I'm no expert on cheeses, I have tried ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/03/10 (Very useful, 172 readings)
This is a review of the TESCO FINEST Long Clawson Mature Blue Stilton. Having both been quite unwell recently, and broke- Mr Norton's parents were kind enough to send us what can only be desribed as a "care package" which contained all sorts of foods we would never have been able to afford. One of these items in it was Tesco Finest Long Clawson Mature Blue Stilton. The name has the little (R) next to it so it is obviously it's registered trade mark and it has the Stilton Cheese Maker's Association mark of approval on it along with the Protected Designation of Origin mark. I take it this means it is quite a special cheese. It also notes it has been ... Read the complete review
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