Review: Harvey & Brockless Artisan Food Company

Review: Harvey & Brockless Artisan Food Company

AD: I was provided products in exchange for this review. All thoughts and opinions are honest and my own.

One of my favourite things to do in the world is to feast on a delicious charcuterie board.

I love looking for the finest ingredients to include, and the process of making up a board. Baked camembert has to be the centrepiece, always! With plenty of good quality crackers to dip in.

Harvey & Brockless are a producer and distributor of speciality foods, that work with artisan food producers across the globe, and supply to a nationwide network of customers from the smallest farm shops, to restaurants and food manufacturers.

They have created fantastic relationships with producers, traditional cheesemakers, olive growers, artisan curers and food innovators so that you have access to the best possible products.

They offer such a huge range of products, accompaniments, oils, kinds of vinegar and fresh pasta.

Review: Harvey & Brockless Artisan Food Company

 They offer the largest collection of British farmhouse cheeses in the UK, as well as their own Mediterranean deli products from Dell'ami, a huge range of British cured meats, and their own brand of bespoke sauces and dips.

They kindly sent me a selection of delicious artisan products, which I couldn't wait to devour with some wine!

Review: Harvey & Brockless Artisan Food Company

My delicious hamper included:

Review: Harvey & Brockless Artisan Food Company

I, of course, baked the camembert and also baked the goats cheese with a tablespoon of their delicious pesto. This was SO perfect together. What I really enjoyed about the pesto was that it was rustic and wasn't too oily. You got the occasional pine nut in it too.

Review: Harvey & Brockless Artisan Food Company

The quality of all the produce was incredible, and it all arrived perfectly wrapped and cool. The cheddar was crumbly and rich, and the camembert was so smooth and silky! 

The blue cheese was so creamy and wasn't too overpowering in its flavour.

They sent me such a perfect partnership of cheese and crackers, with the plum and date toasts being sweet enough to balance the cheeses, and the sourdough crisps were light and crispy enough to be loaded up with plenty of flavours.