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Schlossberger, Beauvale, Ticklemore, Wigmore, and Lincolnshire Poacher. It hits a lot of different milk types, flavours and textures, and lots are amazing British cheeses.
It takes a lot to beat a pairing of Colston Bassett Stilton and Sauternes! I’m also a big fan of an aged Comté and a Fleurie.
If you have never tried a hard goat’s milk cheese with truffle honey, try it. You will not regret it. Also, Gjetost with a strong black coffee.
If any of my other answers haven’t made it painfully clear, you can’t beat a good glass of wine! Cheese and wine just go together like strawberries and cream – they’re iconic.
A must-have for a cheese fan is a slicer. It’s really useful if you want just a small snack! Ned Palmer’s A Cheesemonger’s History of the British Isles is also a very interesting read. Very informative, and it casts a much-needed light on great British cheese.