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Cryer & Stott team up with Lewis & Cooper

Published on Monday 26 March 2018

Lewis & Cooper are delighted to stock a delicious new range of cheeses from award-winning artisan cheesemaker Cryer & Stott.

Based near Castleford, West Yorkshire, Cryer & Stott are a family firm whose products have become a by-word for quality and flavour. Their cheeses have featured at prestige venues such as the British Embassy in Paris and at major world events such as the 2012 London Olympics and Paralympics.

Lewis & Cooper already stock one of the largest ranges of cheeses in the North of England, with around 350 varieties to choose from. Now the deli counter sees the introduction of new Cryer & Stott varieties such as the delectable Duke of Wellington, a cheese with a compelling back-story.

 

Created to celebrate the famous Iron Duke who led Britain to victory at the Battle of Waterloo, this cheese has its roots firmly in Yorkshire but also features French Roquefort Penicillin. Officially launched in the Houses of Parliament in 2017, it has been served to Her Majesty the Queen on three occasions and has won gold in the World Cheese Awards.

 

Also watch out for many more wonderful Cryer & Stott cheeses such as Rhuby Crumble, Yorkshire Cask, Lord London, Barwhey Smoked, Mayfield, Endeavour, Flatcapper Northern Brie, Goddess - a recipe created by Alex James, lead guitarist of Blur - and Katherine.

Lewis & Cooper Retail Director David Pears says: “Like us, Cryer & Stott are absolutely passionate about quality and I know our customers will love this new range.  There’s such a wonderful variety of flavours to enjoy."

“This partnership strengths and enhances our reputation as one of the leading cheese retailers in the North.”

**Customers can enjoy the chance to sample Cryer & Stott cheeses at a special in-store tasting event on Saturday March 31 from 11am to 2pm.