White chocolate and tonka bean cheesecake, sesame seed chocolate soil, butterscotch curd, crème fraiche ice cream
Plum and almond frangipane tart, almond tuille, raspberry compote, raspberry ripple ice cream
Warm dark chocolate brownie, caramelised banana, peanut brittle, peanut butter ice cream
Classic crème caramel, orange confit, gingerbread crumble, clotted cream ice cream
Blood orange mousse, honey almond biscotti, honeycomb, blood orange jelly, star anise ice cream
Caramelised spiced apple and sultana bread and butter pudding, toffee sauce, stem ginger ice cream
Lincolnshire Poacher: a hard mature cheddar cheese that is handmade by the Jones brothers from the farm's own Holstein herd. This award winning Supreme Champion cheese is a pressed full fat cheddar style but slightly open in texture.
Dambuster: a firm textured, robust black waxed cheddar with a good bite and acidity. Full flavoured, rich and creamy, it is a must try cheese for all cheddar connoisseurs and produced in honour of the RAF 617 squadron in Lincolnshire.
Delice De Bourgogne: rich and full flavoured with a smooth velvety melt in the mouth texture. This cheese is the creation of the celebrated 18th century gastronome, Brillat Savarian. He married full fat cow's milk with fresh cream and created a cheese that is similar in appearance and texture to the classic Brie.
Gouda with Cumin: an unusual creamy, washed curd, Gouda cheese with the addition of pungent aromatic seeds giving a warm spicy flavour. The process of making Gouda includes the washing of the curd and creates an elastic curd and mellow flavour.
Montagnolo Affine: a triple creme soft cheese that is surface ripened and is marbled with blue veins with a grey natural crust. It combines the texture and rich tastes of a triple creme brie with the distinct and lightly biting flavour of a blue cheese. Montagnolo Affine won the Supreme Champion award at the 2013 International Cheese Awards.
Appleby Farmhouse Cheshire: a pale apricot coloured handmade farmhouse Cheshire with a loose crumbly texture and salty tangy flavour which is said to emanate from the salt deposits beneath the Nantwich meadows. Cheshire is considered to be the oldest British cheese in existence, probably dating back to Roman times and is actually mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086.