Gloucestershire

Stinking Bishop Baby

Weight: 500

Maturation: 6-8 weeks

Cheese Type: Soft washed rind cheese

In 1972, the Martell family made Hunts Court Farm their residence. With a strong commitment to upholding the region’s rural heritage, Charles started breeding the endangered Old Gloucester cows. Over the past 40 years, Charles has developed a range of cheeses, both hard and soft, with Stinking Bishop Baby being the most famous. In addition to his cheese-making endeavours, Charles Martell also established a distillery to make the most of the exquisite pears grown on his estate.

Stinking Bishop Baby is bathed in perry, an alcoholic beverage crafted from a rare pear variety. This cheese, featuring a brownish-pink rind, exudes a strong aroma, yet its taste is pleasantly mild and delightful. Its name, Stinking Bishop Baby, is a fitting tribute to the particular pear variety Charles utilizes to craft the perry.


Savour with a glass of Sauternes, a sweet cider, or a trappist beer.

Keep it in the fridge and consume within its expiration date.

Wine Pairing:

White Wines (Sauternes), Sweet Cider, Trappist Beer

Pasteurized
Cow
Full
Suitable for Pregnant

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