MOULD CHEESE COLLECTIVE BOX #001

$85.00

THE BEST IN AUSTRALIAN CHEESE DELIVERED TO YOUR DOOR!

WHATS INCLUDED!

Bruny Island ‘C2 Raw’ – 200g
Grandvewe ‘Gin herbalist’ – 180g
Section 28 ‘Monforte’ – 220g
Milawa ‘King River Gold’ – 180g

SHIPPING INCLUDED to all major capital cities.
Live outside of these areas? There are restrictions when it comes to shipping – check your postcode at the checkout for more information.

Note …

  • Supply is limited 
  • Orders close Friday May 22 (or when sold out)
  • Boxes will be shipped on Monday May 25 for overnight delivery
  • Boxes are insulated with up-cycled wool lining and ice blocks to ensure the cheese travels cool & in style
  • Please ensure someone is home to collect (we’ll let you know when its on route)
  • Please put the cheese in the fridge when it arrives to you! Remember, cheese is best stored cool. 

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Welcome to the inaugural CHEESE COLLECTIVE BOX!

The MOULD Cheese Collective is not just an awesome club giving you access to some of the best cheese in the country, it’s where you’ll get to meet a passionate community of like-minded makers, growers, farmers and families who happen to make the best cheese in Australia.

We’re stoked to share with you our very first MOULD Cheese Collective box, featuring some incredible Australian cheese from our friends at Milawa Cheese Co, Section 28 Artisan Cheeses, Bruny Island Cheese Co and Grandvewe Cheeses.

BRUNY ISLAND CHEESE COMPANY, Tasmania 

Raw Milk C2 (cows milk, hard)
Mould co-founder and fearless cheesemaking pioneer, Nick Haddow (the guy who makes it) loves this cheese, and we do too. Made in the style of French and Italian mountain cheeses, C2  Full of character, this hard cow’s milk cheese is made in traditional wooden hoops, maturing for 6-12 months to further develop its rich and complex flavour profile. Our tip: make sure you sit down and give it plenty of time as the flavour just keeps on giving.
Read about Nick’s passion for raw milk here.

GRANDVEWE – Tasmania

Gin Herbalist (Sheeps milk, semi hard)
These guys are whey cool (*ahem*). Not only do they make unbelievably good cheese, they also make vodka and gin from sheeps’ whey. We repeat. Vodka, gin and cheese. What’s even cooler is that this one was made especially for MOULD. After old mate Ryan distills his gin, the spent native Australian botanicals – think lemon myrtle, anise myrtle, wattle seed, and Tasmanian pepper leaf – are then saved and rolled onto the outside of the cheese. Semi-hard. Wonderfully aromatic. Downright delicious. Grab a gin, grab some cheese and get whey-sted … *double ahem*

 

SECTION 28 – Adelaide Hills (South Australia)

Monforte (Cows milk, hard)
Since taking out our overall National People’s Choice award in 2019, Section 28 Artisan Cheeses has fast become a crowd favourite, and this is the cheese that was the one that got them over the line.  Monforte is their flagship cheese, handcrafted in very limited quantities from the very best, top-wozza cow’s milk that their dairy produces. It is a semi-hard raw milk (unpasteurised) cheese that is full-flavoured, umami-rich and super complex. Grate (#cheesepun) on its own but a glass of Adelaide Hills chardonnay on the side wouldn’t go astray.

 

MILAWA DAIRY – Milawa (Victoria)

King River Gold (Cows milk, Soft & Oozy!)
MOULD’s overall People’s Choice winner in 2018, Milawa Cheese Co was on track for yet another win last year. Unable to make Melbourne in 2019, they still made it into the top three – legends. This cheese was one of the first they ever made and remains a standout. Cows milk, washed rind, subtly nutty in character, this one really comes into its own when it reaches room temperature – cue that ooze. Pungent and creamy with layers and upon layers of flavour.
Read more about Milawa Cheese here

 

 

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YOU’RE MAKING A DIFFERENCE!

After an incredibly tough year that has seen the devastating effects of bushfires, drought and now Covid-19, independent producers around Australia really need our support. Like us, we know you’re passionate about where your produce comes from, and our support right now has the power to keep these producers’ businesses alive. Where we put our food dollars really matters and has a direct and immediate impact on producers, their staff and their families. So let’s continue to show the love and support the little guy.