Lincolnshire Poacher (Vintage)

Cheese Type Hard
Vegetarian No
In Stock


  • About Lincolnshire Poacher

    The famous Lincolnshire Poacher Cheese is one of the few cheeses made on the east coast of England, where dairy farming is less prevalent. It’s texture is generally smooth, close, and densely creamy, and has been compared to a French Comté.

Flavour notes:

Sweet and fruity, but can range towards more deeply savoury notes.

About Our Supplier

Simon and Tim Jones:

Simon and Tim Jones, at Lincolnshire Poacher Cheese, are absolutely committed to producing the very best cheese that they possibly can (with a little help from their 230 Holstein Friesian Cows! ) using only their own unpasteurised milk and traditional methods. Back in February 1992, Simon began production on the first batch of a then-nameless cheese in an outbuilding on the fourth-generation family farm. Ulceby Grange Farm had been in the family since 1917, but it wasn’t until the 1960s, when the business was taken over by the Jones brother’s father, Richard, that they began dairying.

Additional Information

All our products come directly from our shop based in the small village of Cartmel, just outside the Lake District national park. Our shop is temperature controlled between 12-14 degrees to allow maturation of all of our cheeses.

Every single cheese on this website has been hand-picked and tasted by our in-house cheese experts to ensure that they are truly special – we hope you enjoy them as much as we do!