See Vincent Tyrode make Gruyère!

As the sun finally begins to show itself, our minds should be often thinking about what tasty cheeses are being made around France and Switzerland at this time of year, where mountain herbs and flowers abound and the milk from summer pasture is fermented into the stuff of legend. Check out Vincent Tyrode, maker of an absolute belter of a cheese in the Swiss Jura.

Munster Munch

Right! Enough, we say! January's done and dusted and good old retox starts here. Perhaps with, say, a delicious crisp Alsatian wine. Pair it with a piece of Munster from our Borough stall and get stuck into our latest film about the out-and-out prince of washed-rind cheeses. Wallop!

Bleu de Termignon

Season's greetings!

As our focus during the winter shifts to the wonders of cheese whilst we gather round the hearths and kitchens of our cosy homes, we thought you might enjoy a small in-house film about one of our favourite seasonal cheeses, the fantastic and curious Bleu de Termingnon.

Hopefully we'll be seeing you soon at the stall to try some! You might well be tasting the very same wheel Catherine is making in the film...


New Mons stall location at Borough

On Thursday 7th February, we'll be moving to a new site at Borough Market.

The new stall at Borough Market

As many of you will know, for some years now, there has been construction work being carried out on the railway lines that run above Borough Market. During this time, a whole section of the central market space has been out of action whilst new tracks were built and installed. But after a long wait, this work is now done and the market area beneath has been refurbished to create a network of alleys and pens which provide a more permanent base for many of the familiar traders.

We'll be open for business as usual at 11am this Thursday in our new pen. It's located halfway down the first alley to your right as you enter the market along Stoney St or first alley on the left if you enter through the market's main Art Deco arch into Three Crown Square.

Map of Mons at Three Crown Square, Borough Market. Click map to enlarge.

We're looking forward to setting up shop immensely so make your way down to the river and come and find us and the cheeses in our new home.

We hope to see you all very soon.
 Mons Cheesemongers