Why We Gift Wednesday (Cheese Lover’s Edition)

Why We Gift Wednesday (Cheese Lover’s Edition)

Welcome to Why We Gift Wednesday! Each week, we celebrate one of the thousands of reasons that we truly love giving. Whether it’s honoring the relationships that we have, feeling grateful for an occasion or a special time of year, or relishing life’s simple joys, Why We Gift Wednesday is all about giving and generosity – the expression of appreciation for life’s many happy moments. We’re excited – Saturday January 20 is National Cheese Lover’s Day! Here at GiftTree, a few of us decided to celebrate our love of cheese by showcasing a few of our favorites (and some not-so-run-of-the-mill cheeses) for today’s Why We Gift Wednesday – the Cheese Lover’s Edition!



Staff Favorite: Petit Basque

Why We Love It

“Petit Basque has a really robust, sharp and sweet flavor, no matter how small a piece you take. I love the creamy texture. It goes great on any cracker, fruit or bread, and any wine will taste awesome with it.” – Amy, Catalog Producer

17702c_Personalized-Gourmet-Stone-Cheese-SlateStaff Favorite: Beemster Vlaskaas

Why We Love It

“This cheese is so soft and smooth and creamy, it almost has a texture like American but the flavor is out of this world It’s the absolute BEST on a sandwich!” – Christine, Copywriter

(Side Note: Read all about Beemster here!)




Staff Favorite: Sottocenere

Why We Love It

 “Where do I even begin? This cheese is just luscious. The rind is rubbed with truffle oil, and it seeps in to the cheese, permeating the whole wheel with a delicious truffle flavor.” – Erica, Gift Designer


Staff Favorite: Sartori Basil and Olive Oil Asiago

Why We Love It

“If you love Italian herbs and flavors, you can’t go wrong with this cheese. Whether you’re grating it on pasta or munching on it with bruschetta, the basil and olive oil go great with any Italian meal, served as an appetizer or right in the main dish.” – Jared, Marketing




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What’s Your Favorite Cheese?

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  1. Thkas for shareing Cece

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