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Neal’s Yard February Classes & Tastings Announced!

Last week was the January schedule release; February is now available! Oh… and March is starting show up as well 😉

Eight classes are scheduled, including:

  • 2/05 – History of British Cheese
  • 2/09 – An Introduction to British Farmhouse Cheese
  • 2/12 – Champagne & Cheese
  • 2/16 – Bread & Cheese
  • 2/19 – Science of Taste
  • 2/26 – Cheddar!
  • 2/20 – All Blues
  • 2/27 – Great British Cheese

All classes are held at:

Neal’s Yard Dairy-The Warehouse
6-8 Park Street
LONDON SE1 9AB

 

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