Platinum Jubilee Basket

£35.00

A majestic basket of Jubilee treats

In stock

Orders delivered within 1-4 days from receipt of order.

Total Order Minimum Amount is £12

This summer, the nation will be celebrating the Queen’s historic 70-year reign with an extended bank holiday weekend – so we’ve created a glorious little bundle of Snowdonia Cheese treats with this special occasion in mind. Whether you’re sending it as a surprise gift or using it to add a touch of luxury to your own family party, you will love this new collection: there’s Truffle Trove, our extra mature Cheddar with Black Summer truffles; Rock Star, our vintage cave-aged Cheddar; and Bouncing Berry, our mature Cheddar with bursts of real cranberries. They are presented alongside jars of Fig & Apple and Rhubarb & Gin chutney, handpicked to complement the rich flavours of the Cheddars.

Truffle Trove (150g)
Truffle Trove (extra mature Cheddar with Black Summer truffle, 150g)
Rock Star (150g)
Rock Star (vintage cave-aged Cheddar, 150g)
Bouncing Berry (mature Cheddar with cranberries, 200g)
Bouncing Berry (mature Cheddar with cranberries, 200g)
Fig and Apple Chutney (114g)
Fig and Apple Chutney (114g)
Rhubarb & Gin Chutney (114g)
Rhubarb & Gin Chutney (114g)

Orders are usually delivered within 1-3 days from receipt of order. We offer FREE delivery for orders over £35. A delivery charge of £6 applies to all orders under £35.

We deliver to mainland UK, excluding Northern Ireland and the Scottish Highlands and Islands.

For more information, please see our Delivery FAQs.

Every order is packaged carefully with ice in a recyclable cardboard box to ensure it arrives in the best possible condition. See our Quintessential Hamper unboxing video as an example of how your hamper will arrive.

Our cheeses are famous for their jewel-coloured wax casings – not only do they look good, but they keep the cheese tasting delicious, retain all-important moisture and help preserve it, too. Here are our recommendations for preparing waxed cheeses to serve.

First, remove the cheese from the fridge and allow it to reach room temperature before cutting into it. This softens the wax slightly and cheese also tastes better when it’s not fridge-cold.

Next, remove the sticky labels. To make a good, clean slice, make sure you always use a very sharp knife.

Watch the full cheese cutting guide video here

Snowdonia Cheese Cutting Guide
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