The Snowdonia Company from Wales produces this extra mature Cheddar wrapped in a coating of black wax. This is a traditional creamy, full-flavoured Cheddar. It exudes an intense and strong taste that tantalizes your taste buds. Black Bomber Cheddar Cheese is from The Snowdonia Cheese Company. The 2007 World Cheese Award Bronze winner, this select Hard-Matured Extra Mature Cheddar is creamy & smooth. This product has a unique texture & taste that will entice you. Made with vegetarian rennet, and therefore suitable for vegetarians.
The multi-award-winning Black Bomber Cheddar Cheese is, therefore, a modern classic. This flagship cheese marries a deliciously rich flavour with a smooth creaminess. It, therefore, lasts long on the palate but remains demandingly moreish!
Serving Black Bomber Cheese
This unique tasting cheese goes wonderfully with a crusty baguette and pickles. Serve, for instance, as a tasty centrepiece to a Ploughman’s or a salad. Similarly, this superb cheese is great with a nice pint (or two!) of ale.
The Snowdonia Cheese Company was established in 2001 in Llanrwst, on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park. Today, their cheeses are still produced in North Wales, an area of outstanding natural beauty, with rugged mountains, deep valleys and fresh sea air.
They began their journey selling cheese at UK farmers markets and the response was immediately astounding. Therefore within months, their cheese had made its way into farm shops, cheesemongers and fine-food delicatessens. Snowdonia Cheese Company cheese can now be found in over 2000 independent UK retailers and grocery outlets, including, for instance, Sagebury Fine Foods. Above all, their award-winning range is nurtured to perfection with expertise and care, using the finest ingredients to create outstanding textures and flavours
Awards for Black Bomber Mature Cheddar
In conclusion, this smooth and moist, textured cheese is incredibly popular. Black Bomber has won awards at The Great British Cheese Awards, Nantwich International Cheese Awards and the World Cheese Awards. including the 2010 Silver Medal at the Nantwich International Cheese Show and the 2007 World Cheese Award Bronze winner. Impressive.