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Here at The East London Cheese Board we specialise in the best of British cheeses, especially those from smaller, hard to find dairies. We also stock cheeses from France, Spain, Italy and more, but our focus is very much on the finest cheeses that Britain has to offer. From raw milk Suffolk bries, to truffled Camemberts from Cornwall to silky ewe's milk blues from Scotland, we have them all and more for you to conveniently buy online. We also love putting together custom cheese selections and have a few to choose from, but also welcome requests for bespoke cheese hampers.

Cheese Selection boxes

Here you'll find our most popular cheese selections. We have all manner for cheese selection boxes to choose from, including British, French, Welsh, etc., we even have a special selection we've put together for new mums who have been craving cheese but unable to eat some types during pregnancy. Our cheese subscription, 'Cheese Club' is also proving popular and you can sign up for 3 months, 6 months or 12 months and have a great selection of cheeses delivered to your door each month.

Most Popular

This is a selection of our current, most popular cheeses. This changes on a seasonal basis as popularity changes with the weather. You'll pretty much always find, Carboncino, Baron Bigod and Stinking Bishop on this list though.

Cheese of the week

Cave Aged Cheddar

Cave Aged Cheddar

Really tangy, delicious, cheddar cheese, matured for 12 months in Gough's Caves in Cheddar, Somerset. Once this cheese gets a hold of your tastebuds it won't let go.

From £6.50

Come visit us

We're more than just a website and online cheese shop! If you're in the area pop in to our shop and cafe, Froth & Rind in Walthamstow, London and say hi. As well as cheese we serve great coffee, cakes and pastries and our amazing cheese toasties. We stock a wide range of craft beer too as well as a range of tasty local produce.

Keep in touch

Cheese news

Keep up to date with what we've been doing and what's new in the world of cheese. 

What is rennet?

We often get asked what rennet is and how it fits into cheesemaking. The answer is that rennet is a vital part of cheesemaking and also provides the difference between vegetarian and non-vegetarian cheeses.

Washed-Rind Cheeses

If you like a smelly cheese, chances are it's a washed rind cheese as this type is famous for its pungency.

 

Best of British Cheese

We love cheese of all descriptions, from all corners of the globe but we're extra passionate about British cheese and work hard to bring you the best of British cheese from the classic stiltons and cheddars to some of the more unusual and harder to find cheeses. Keep an eye on our site and we'll keep bringing you more and more fantastic British cheeses.

Colston Bassett Stilton

Colston Bassett Stilton

Rich and buttery, a classic English Stilton and still one of the finest cheeses available.

From £7.00

MInger cheese

Minger

NEW! Minger is a silky soft, strong Scottish cheese with pungent washed rind, superb flavour and fantastic name.

£10.00

Tunworth cheese

Tunworth

Tunworth is a stunning English camembert style cheese made in Hampshire.

£9.50

Oxford Isis soft cheese

Oxford Isis

Oxford Isis is a strong, washed-rind soft cheese from Oxfordshire similar in style to Epoisses.

£8.55

Best Sellers

When it comes to buying cheese online, the list below contains our best sellers. Every so often another cheese has a bit of a run and infiltrates the top 10 but these great cheeses consistently out perform the rest. Classic cheddars, creamy blues and a few soft and strong beauties, there's a reason why they sell so well.

More cheese news

What is rennet?

We often get asked what rennet is and how it fits into cheesemaking. The answer is that rennet is a vital part of cheesemaking and also provides the difference between vegetarian and non-vegetarian cheeses.

Washed-Rind Cheeses

If you like a smelly cheese, chances are it's a washed rind cheese as this type is famous for its pungency.

Warming Winter Cheeses

When it's cold outside, there's nothing better than a strong cheese to blow the chills away.

Travelling with cheese

Now that the weather is getting a little warmer we give some advice on travelling with cheese, so that you can ensure that you arrive at your destination with the cheese in good condition and don't stink out other passengers should you be travelling by train or plane.