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Holiday Cheese Pairing Gift Basket

  • The Holiday Cheese Pairing Gift Basket from Montreal Baskets is a fantastic gift idea for someone who truly appreciates good cheese, featuring a cheese pairing set from Stonewall Kitchen with two types of crackers, jam, spreads, gourmet cheese from Hogtown Eats and Bellavitano, along with a robust bamboo cutting board and a set of cheese knives. 

  • This is what is included in this basket:

    Bamboo Cutting Board Large : This beautiful Classic cutting board has so many uses. Made from unfinished Bamboo, this thin and light weight board is great from serving your favorite cheeses and Charcuterie. 30.5 x 23 x 2 cm, 12 x 9 x 0.5 inches.           

    Acacia Wooden Cheese Knives: This dark wood handled cheese knives make a perfect accessory to your cheese platter. Find these both easy to use and quality that can last. These cheese knives are built to be perfect for cheese, not too bulky, but not too small either. 

    Stonewall Kitchen - Cheese Pairing Holiday 2019 : You bring the cheese, we supply the rest with this thoughtful collection of accoutrements. Two types of crackers, a sweet fig spread and a savory onion jam pair well with everything from aged Gouda to creamy Brie. Perfect for those who like to entertain, it all comes packaged for easy gifting in a festive, winter greenery-themed box designed by our own in-house team.     

    Bellavitano Raspberry Tart Ale : This is our own nutty, creamy, award-winning creation — soaked with handcrafted Raspberry Tart ale. The bright notes of ruby-red raspberries combine with hazelnut and brown-butter flavors to make a deliciously complex cheese. “The beautiful life” never tasted so good. 

    Hogtown Eats Gourmet Cheese : Soft-reopened cheese should be taken out of the refrigerator one to two hours before you plan to eat it, since the flavors “really bloom” when it’s at room temperature. Soft-baked cheese also responds well to baking; just don’t eat it cold, okay?


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