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Cheese Pairing Club

Cheese Pairing Club

The perfect pair.

Cheese alone is good. Cheese plus perfectly-picked pairings is terrific. We pulled some of our favorite wheels out of our cheese cave and tasted them with dozens of possible pairings (tough job, I know!) to find the cream of the crop—the pairings that combined to be more than the sum of their individual parts.

From mustard to jelly to chocolate, these are our top picks for swoon-worthy cheese companions. Get them delivered every month, anywhere in America.

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Cheese Pairing Club

G-CPC-3 3 month
  • Month 1:
    Cheese + Mustard Manchester Cheese from Michigan with Violet Mustard from France
  • Month 2:
    Cheese + Salami Manchego from Spain with Sacre Bleu Salami from Illinois
  • Month 3:
    Cheese + Chocolate L'Amuse Signature Gouda from the Netherlands with Chocolate Dipped Figs from Spain
  • Current Price $135
    ON VACATION
    Returning October 2022

    Cheese Pairing Club

    G-CPC-6 6 month
  • Month 1:
    Cheese + Mustard Manchester Cheese from Michigan with Violet Mustard from France
  • Month 2:
    Cheese + Salami Manchego from Spain with Sacre Bleu Salami from Illinois
  • Month 3:
    Cheese + Chocolate L'Amuse Signature Gouda from the Netherlands with Chocolate Dipped Figs from Spain
  • Month 4:
    Cheese + Figs Comté from France with Fig & Walnut Confit also from France
  • Month 5:
    Cheese + Honey City Goat Cheese from Michigan with Coriander Honey from California
  • Month 6:
    Cheese + Apples Cabot Clothbound Cheddar from Vermont with Woods Cider Jelly also from Vermont
  • Current Price $265
    ON VACATION
    Returning October 2022

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    How to store your cheese

    Store your cheese in the warmest part of your refrigerator. That’s usually the door or a drawer. Don’t freeze your cheese, refrigerator only please! Keep the cheese in the special bag we shipped it in. We get those snazzy bags from France where they’re developed especially for cheese. The paper allows the cheese to breathe a […]

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