For the truly distinguished wedding, swap the tower of cake for a mountain of cheese. Choose an all-Scottish ascent or take a more continental route, pick a size fit for an intimate group or a grand party, then lace up and ready your guests for the peak of the celebrations.
Don’t attempt these without the right equipment. We recommend a good supply of Scottish oatcakes and cheese crackers, quince jelly and savoury-sweet chutneys to take you to the top.
Prefer to go off-piste? Give us a call. We can help you to design your own route through our mountainous range of cheeses – we’ll guide you through the hard, the soft, the melty and the crumbly.
And before you hit the slopes, a note on pricing. Like all our cheeses, the price varies from month to month – they’re seasonal things, and by allowing for this fluctuation we make sure you get the best value. So the numbers below are a rough guide – the exact price will only be available once the cheese is cut.
Call us on 0141 552 5726 to place your order.
Ascending to 13 kilos, this is the biggest in the range – enough for 260 people if you can limit them to 50g each. That’ll be hard, though, because everyone will want more of this combination of classic cheeses from Scotland, England and Wales. The Reblochon’s powerful and gooey, the Cornish Yarg’s hard and nettle-wrapped, and the delicate, nutty Crottin de chauvignol keeps the balance at the top – the mountain goat of goat’s cheese, if you will.
A mix of Scottish, English and continental cheeses to keep all the guests happy. Measuring up to seven kilos, it should be enough for about 140 people. The cheeses are square, and each has a different hue, derived from natural bacteria.
A small and punchy brigade of Scottish cheeses from Ayrshire to the Highlands. At five and a half kilos it’s the littlest the range. Don’t let its stature fool you, though – it’ll feed and fuel 110 people for dancing long into the night.
Some of Scotland’s finest cheeses, hailing from far and wide – from the windswept Hebrides to the wild Highlands. Weighs approximately 8 kilos, so it’s good for a feast of 160 people. And there’s a mixture of goat’s and cow’s milk cheese, a bit of smokiness and whole lot of brie. Moreish.
A melee of Scottish, English and French cheeses. Tomme de Savoie is like a grassy slope in a French summer; Barwheys is an Ayrshire beastie from the heart of Burns country. And if ever there’s been a time for quince jelly, the yarg is it. Weighs approximately 6 kilos, so it’s good for parties of around 120 people.