Dessert & Cheese menu
White Chocolate and Passion
White chocolate and passion fruit charlotte, Muscat wine jelly, Cointreau ice cream
Creme Fraiche and Rhubarb
Knochraiche creme fraiche parfait, poached Pitfodels rhubarb, chilled rhubarb consomme, Alford oats and honey
Fruit Crumble (GF)
Warm apple and raspberry crumble, vanilla creme patisserie, vanilla cream ice Gluten free crumb topping
Warm blueberry frangipan cake, blueberry compote, jelly, mascarpone ice cream
Banana ice cream
Home made banana ice cream, caramelised bananas, hot fudge sauce
Crème caramel, salted caramel ice cream, tarte tatin, caramel syrup
HOME MADE ICE CREAMS AND SORBETS BY OUR PASTRY CHEFS
Chocolate, Vanilla, Strawberry Cheesecake, Coffee, Sticky Toffee Pudding, Mint Chocolate Chip, Dairy Free Vanilla
Mango, Raspberry, Black Cherry
PLEASE ASK TO SEE OUR CHEESE SELECTION MENU
£10 (5 Cheeses)
SUMATRA GAYO COFFEE FROM MATTHEW ALGIE MINTS AND
TRADITIONAL FUDGE - £4
ESPRESSO - £3 CAPPUCCINO
IRISH WHISKEY AND LIQUEUR COFFEES - £9
Heggies Botrytis Reisling 2007 - £7.50 per glass
Bin 403 Brown Brothers, Liqueur Muscat 1998 - £11 per glass
Bin 404 Tokaji Aszu Puttonyos, Disznoko 2001 - £16.50 per glass
Bin 407 Chateau Coutet 1ere Cru Barsac 2005 - £16.50 per glass
Soft, creamy blue cheese but not as strong as a stilton, from the Devenick Diary, Aberdeenshire.
This unique hand made cheese is a hand pressed two day cured. The result is a strong, creamy and nutty cheese. Cambus O'May Cheese Company, Aberdeenshire.
Creamy textured cheddar, aged for 9 months, sharp acidic after taste. Cambus O' May Cheese Company, Aberdeenshire.
A rich yet fairly mild bloomy rinded cow's milk cheese. Morangie Brie won Best Scottish Cheese at the British Cheese Awards. Highland Fine Cheese, Tain .
Slightly sweet and has a lovely soft, lingering flavour. The Ferguson Family, West Cork, Ireland.
Despite its hard appearance, Beaufort has an irresistibly smooth texture and fruity flavour, similar to Gruyere. Savoie, French Alps.
Unpasturised goats-milk cheese with a nutty taste characteristic of goats cheese. Berry, Central France.
Hand made pasturised cheese. Thick rind with a rich, creamy yellow interior that gently oozes but doesn't run away. Tunworth, Hampshire..
Soft washed cheese with a slightly citrus flavour balanced with salt and a creamy after taste. White Lake Cheese, Somerset.
Triple cream cow's milk cheese, very mild with a slight tanginess. Burgundy, Northern France.
Brie style cheese, smooth and creamy with a slightly sweet flavour. Highland Fine Cheese, Tain.
Softer and criemier than many blues, steely yet fairly sweet flavour with hints of dark chocolate and spices. Alex James (Blur) and Highland Fine Cheeses, Tain.
Balgownie Cabernet Sauvignon 2006 (Australia) - £11.50
Joseph Drouhin Pinot Noir 2009 (Burgundy)- £8.00 per glass
Bas Armagnac 1950 (France) 25ml - £21.50 per glass
We also have an extensive list of Vintage Ports which are perfect with cheese