Thursday, 24 September 2009

Thursday at the Great British Cheese Festival

The sun has come out and the editor is outside the Cardiff Arms beer tent at the Great British Cheese Festival. Only setup staff on site at the moment, we don't open to the public until Saturday. Still Cardiff Castle features some great grounds and there are very few City centres, apart from London, that feature such an historic and almost secret enclave. The piece and tranquility will soon be over as thousands besiege the castle for the Great British Cheese Festival on Saturday and Sunday. Better enjoy my cider whilst I can - for those interested its an oak-matured Kingstone Black from Gwynt Y Ddraig - a dry-wood aromared cider with that wonderful tannic kick in the aftertaste. A flavour of apples hits the tastebuds well into the aftertaste. Can't wait to match it to a cheese - aged cheddar I think, unpasterised of course.

1 comment:

Welsh Icons - News said...

Enjoy! We'll try and put some of your stuff up at Welsh Icons over the weekend...


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