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Signature Box

The Signature Box comes with three-½ pound cuts of cheese along with an artisan cracker and a small batch accompaniment such as a jam, spread or charcuterie - all of which is carefully selected for you from the world's very best producers.

Please check the Cheese Selection tab to view this month's cheeses! 

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CLASSIC & SIGNATURE BOXES

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  • Pay only for your first month and it will automatically renew each month.

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  • Cancel or pause your subscription anytime during these 5 days.

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  • Orders received the 1st-15th of the month ship the 2nd Monday of the following month.

  • Orders received the 16th-31st of the month ship the 3rd Monday of the following month.


CHOOSE YOUR OWN

PAYMENT

  • This is a one time purchase for yourself.

  • Standard Box: choose 3 kinds of cheese for $75.

  • Signature Box: choose 3 kinds of cheese plus 2 accompaniments for $95

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  • Order by Saturday and your box will ship on Monday or Tuesday of the following week.


SEASONAL BOXES

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  • This is a one-time purchase for yourself or a gift.

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    • Order by the specified date in the product listing.

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    MT. TAM 

    Named for Mt. Tamalpais in northern California, Mt. Tam is a triple cream that is handcrafted from fresh organic milk from the Straus Family Dairy. Triple cream cheeses have added cream to raise the butterfat to 75% or above. This creamy, decadent cheese has the flavor of cultured butter and a hint of white button mushroom from the edible rind.

    • Farm/Producer/Importer: Cowgirl Creamery
    • Place: Petaluma, CA
    • Style: Bloomy
    • Milk Type: Cow
    • Rennet: Traditional
    • Age: 3 weeks
    • Pairing: Sparkling white wines, like Champagne or Prosecco. Imperial Stout

        SCHNEBELHORN

        Schnebelhorn, named for a local mountain, is a cream-enriched cheese made by third generation cheesemaker Reto Guntensperger. The paste is firm and pale gold, with a few small eyes and white specks that indicate protein crystals. Flavors are deep and savory with notes of garlic, caramelized onions, and toasted hazelnuts. It finishes with a brown butter cream note.
        • Farm/Producer/Importer: Reto Güntensperger/ Kaserei Bütschwil/Columbia Cheese
        • Place: Saint Gallen Switzerland
        • Style: Firm, Alpine
        • Milk Type: Raw cow 
        • Rennet: Traditional
        • Age: 8-9 months
        • Pairing: Alsatian Pinot Gris, Dubbel

        CALCAGNO

        Calcagno is produced by several small dairy farmers on the island of Sardinia. The sheep graze in the hills of the island, which are lush with herbs, flowers, and grasses. This grazing ensures the milk produced is full of that flavor which translates directly into the cheese. It is aged by Casa Madaio an acclaimed cheese affineur (maturer) and producer located in Salerno, Italy

        • Farm/Producer/Importer: Various producers/Casa Madaio
        • Place: Sardinia, Italy
        • Style: Firm
        • Milk Type: Thermized Sheep
        • Rennet: Traditional
        • Age: 12 months
        • Pairing: Barolo, Pale ale

        UNDERGROUND MEATS SAUCISSON SEC

        Underground Meats was established in Madison, Wisconsin in 2009. The Upper Midwest has a long and vibrant history in the meat processing industry. These traditions, combined with their proximity to the nation’s best pasture-raised and humanely treated heritage pigs and goats is their source of inspiration. Saucisson Sec is a classic with roots in France. It is crafted with pork, garlic, and black pepper.


        FINE ENGLISH COMPANY WATER CRACKERS

        In 1801 Josiah Bent of Massachusetts began baking and selling 'water crackers' made from flour and water that wouldn't deteriorate during long sea voyages. During baking, a cracking sound occurred, and it is from this that the American term 'cracker' originated. Who knew? As tradition dictates the Fine English Company uses 100% English flour and English water to make their crackers and bakes them by toasting them under flames for 1 minute. The result is a cracker that is ultra-crisp, with a dark, 'nutty' taste.

        PAYMENT

        Standard Subscription

        • Pay only for your first month and it will automatically renew each month.
        • We send you an email 5 days before the end of each month notifying you of the upcoming renewal charge.
        • Cancel or pause your subscription anytime during these 5 days.

        Gift Subscription

        • Gifts can be purchased for one, three, six, or twelve months.
        • Your gift subscription is paid up front in full.
        • You can include a gift message which includes the box delivery date.

        SHIPPING

        • Orders received the 1st-15th of the month ship the 2nd Monday of the following month.
        • Orders received the 16th-31st of the month ship the 3rd Monday of the following month.

        January's Cheese Selections

        MT. TAM 

        Named for Mt. Tamalpais in northern California, Mt. Tam is a triple cream that is handcrafted from fresh organic milk from the Straus Family Dairy. Triple cream cheeses have added cream to raise the butterfat to 75% or above. This creamy, decadent cheese has the flavor of cultured butter and a hint of white button mushroom from the edible rind.

        • Farm/Producer/Importer: Cowgirl Creamery
        • Place: Petaluma, CA
        • Style: Bloomy
        • Milk Type: Cow
        • Rennet: Traditional
        • Age: 3 weeks
        • Pairing: Sparkling white wines, like Champagne or Prosecco. Imperial Stout

            SCHNEBELHORN

            Schnebelhorn, named for a local mountain, is a cream-enriched cheese made by third generation cheesemaker Reto Guntensperger. The paste is firm and pale gold, with a few small eyes and white specks that indicate protein crystals. Flavors are deep and savory with notes of garlic, caramelized onions, and toasted hazelnuts. It finishes with a brown butter cream note.
            • Farm/Producer/Importer: Reto Güntensperger/ Kaserei Bütschwil/Columbia Cheese
            • Place: Saint Gallen Switzerland
            • Style: Firm, Alpine
            • Milk Type: Raw cow 
            • Rennet: Traditional
            • Age: 8-9 months
            • Pairing: Alsatian Pinot Gris, Dubbel

            CALCAGNO

            Calcagno is produced by several small dairy farmers on the island of Sardinia. The sheep graze in the hills of the island, which are lush with herbs, flowers, and grasses. This grazing ensures the milk produced is full of that flavor which translates directly into the cheese. It is aged by Casa Madaio an acclaimed cheese affineur (maturer) and producer located in Salerno, Italy

            • Farm/Producer/Importer: Various producers/Casa Madaio
            • Place: Sardinia, Italy
            • Style: Firm
            • Milk Type: Thermized Sheep
            • Rennet: Traditional
            • Age: 12 months
            • Pairing: Barolo, Pale ale

            UNDERGROUND MEATS SAUCISSON SEC

            Underground Meats was established in Madison, Wisconsin in 2009. The Upper Midwest has a long and vibrant history in the meat processing industry. These traditions, combined with their proximity to the nation’s best pasture-raised and humanely treated heritage pigs and goats is their source of inspiration. Saucisson Sec is a classic with roots in France. It is crafted with pork, garlic, and black pepper.


            FINE ENGLISH COMPANY WATER CRACKERS

            In 1801 Josiah Bent of Massachusetts began baking and selling 'water crackers' made from flour and water that wouldn't deteriorate during long sea voyages. During baking, a cracking sound occurred, and it is from this that the American term 'cracker' originated. Who knew? As tradition dictates the Fine English Company uses 100% English flour and English water to make their crackers and bakes them by toasting them under flames for 1 minute. The result is a cracker that is ultra-crisp, with a dark, 'nutty' taste.

            Shipping & Delivery

            PAYMENT

            Standard Subscription

            • Pay only for your first month and it will automatically renew each month.
            • We send you an email 5 days before the end of each month notifying you of the upcoming renewal charge.
            • Cancel or pause your subscription anytime during these 5 days.

            Gift Subscription

            • Gifts can be purchased for one, three, six, or twelve months.
            • Your gift subscription is paid up front in full.
            • You can include a gift message which includes the box delivery date.

            SHIPPING

            • Orders received the 1st-15th of the month ship the 2nd Monday of the following month.
            • Orders received the 16th-31st of the month ship the 3rd Monday of the following month.