From cheese subscriptions to boxes and more.
Cheese might not be the first gift that comes to mind when the holidays are in full swing, but you should consider adding it to your shopping list. We acknowledge that this might be easier said than done. Especially since cheese lovers can be notoriously tricky to shop for if you aren’t familiar with their palates. To help you find the perfect present, we’ve rounded up a list of ideas spanning cheese subscriptions, boxes, and more.
The Cheese Gifts That Just Keep Giving:
This gift is for those on your list who appreciate having a global perspective. Each month, cheeses from a different iconic cheesemaking region will be shipped for subscribers to savor.
This gourmet gift comes with artisan cheese and handpicked fruit so that your loved ones don’t have to bother with coming up with pairing ideas.
Your favorite fromage friend will be over the moon with this gift that delivers four months of cheese, pairing, and recipe components.
Boxes of Cheese:
These goat cheeses marinated with delicious flavors like chili and lemon, dill and garlic, and black truffles are bound to put a smile on your friend’s face.
This box contains everything a Francophile-centric fromagier would ever need. It includes four delicious cheeses: Pont L’Eveque, Comte Reserve, Buche de Chevre, and Fourme d’Ambert.
If Oprah considers this one of her favorite things, we’re sure your loved ones will, too. The cheeses are sourced from a family and women-owned farm in Point Reyes, California.
More Delicious Cheese to Gift:
Gift your favorite cheese-loving friend a gift card to Pairystead Dairy so they can pick out a delicious wedge to savor.
If you just happen to have $3k sitting around, gift your loved ones a massive wheel of Parmigiano Reggiano—that way, they can have an endless and ridiculous supply of cheese.
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