Well, since officially Blue Stilton is a protected name, at least here in the EC, and my name "Herman" is "Armand" in French, I decided a couple of cheeses ago to name my Stiltonesque ones "Bleu d'Armand", Herman's Blue.
Last Saturday I cut the one that I made three month ago. Only the last two weeks it was in the cave in an open container, but most of the time I used a closed but fairly big container. I used to turn it every day, dried the container if needed and let it in the open air for about half an hour.
After the make it was 3 kilo, but when I was about to cut it it was about 2.5 kilo, so I expected a cheese that would be a bit too dry.
But it wasn't! On room temperature it's firm but creamy, not crumbly. Taste is also creamy with a lot of blue. More blue taste than expected since I used PR mold that I cultivated from a piece of Fourme d'Ambert, which was quite mild.