I love, love, LOVE cheese, so I was BRIElighted when this cheese hamper from Pong Cheese arrived.
The Christmas Extravaganza Box includes:
* Cave Aged Wookey Hole Cheddar 454g – Supreme Champion at the the 2010 International Cheese Awards
* Perl Las Blue 454g – unique with a strong lingering biscuit flavour
* Selles Sur Cher 150g (UNPASTEURISED) – incredible goat’s cheese from Loir-et-Cher
* Reblochon AOC 240g (UNPASTEURISED) – a wonderful creamy nutty cheese from the Savoie
* Brie de Meaux AOC 375g (UNPASTEURISED) – the ‘King of Cheeses’ and the best of Bries
TOTAL APPROX WEIGHT: 1673g
That’s a HOLE lot of cheese, and at just £49.95!!
This magnificent Christmas cheese selection is suitable for royalty or indeed the dining table of the most demanding of cheese-loving families.
The Christmas Extravaganza Box includes high doses of luxury with the inclusion of a dreamy Selles Sur Cher goat’s cheese and the perfect Cheddar that has been traditionally aged in Wookey Hole caves.
Cheese is one of the must have foods in our house at Christmas, and all year round, but it’s a hard choice for me between my two favourite cheeses, cheddar and blue.
Pong cheese let you choose the date for your delivery, which is perfect for making sure someone is in. It came very well wrapped up to hold in the PONG. Because once you open it. WOW that’s an awesome cheesy smell.
Pong was created to bring you some of the very best cheeses produced by the leading independent and artisan producers in the UK, complemented with some classics from Europe. Each cheese is a little masterpiece of taste and texture and in most cases has a unique and highly skilled process behind its production. From the bizarre looking but phenomenal tasting ‘Oxford Blue’ to the now legendary ‘Stinking Bishop’, any of the cheeses available at Pong deserves centre stage.
If you aren’t sure which cheese to try out, Pong also offer monthly subscription boxes, starting at £18.00 a month.
I think Pong Cheese are just GRATE and you will too once you’ve tried your first order.
*I was provided this cheese in exchange for this post, but as always all opinions are my own*