Artisanal cheese hits Bree Street, Cape Town

Say Cheese

Cheese, fromage, queso, qveli, ostur, jibini, kase, caseum, 奶酪, kaas. I love it & oh joy, a new artisanal cheese shoppe has opened up on my fave road in Cape Town: Bree Street. Or shall we now call it Brie Street?

Owned & operated by Luke & his wife Jessica, Culture Club is described as a cheese, fermented foods & artisanal hot house that sells cheese of course plus breads, milk, yoghurt, condiments, charcuterie, utensils & other lovely things.

Sugar in tiny yellow buckets & fever tree blossoms

No restaurant in the Mother City is worth its salt without great coffee & Culture Club does an excellent Deluxe Brew... there's Judd making a delivery as I type...

Again, the barista is crucial G..

Luke (next page) hails from England and has worked in top cheesey establishments around the world & also spent a year at Fairview in Paarl. He's connected to many amazing local cheese makers in SA & stocks a variety of top brands as you'll notice... products are preservative free & ethically sourced; animal well~being & happiness is important - that alone makes me a fan.

Tools of the trade...slice & grate properly will you...

Lots of delectable goodies are on offer...

Amuse bouche hors d'ouevre to start us off...

Be sure to get your cheese fix at 215 Bree Street! Trading Tues~Fri 08h to 17h & on Sat 09h to 16h. Follow the CC on Twitter & Instagram @lukecultureclub "Age is not important unless you're a cheese" ~ H.Hayes

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