Jump to Main ContentJump to Primary Navigation
Top

You can now get a full cheese board delivered to your door within the hour

iStock-475193404.jpg

You’d be forgiven for believing that the week you found out about Cheese Advent Calendars, London’s new 24-hour doughnut delivery service, the Ferrero Rocher dessert bar and gin-filled Christmas crackers, was the best one yet.

For a while there, we felt the same way.

All that has changed, however, because on top of discovering the very best cheese in all the land, we have now also stumbled upon this fine nugget; there is a festive cheese board delivery service, and it’s operating right here in London.

Like Deliveroo for cheese lovers, the service will bring a hamper packed with fine artisan fromages, rich fruit chutneys, and, of course, a selection of classic crackers, direct to your door on demand.

The Fine Cheese Co hamper delivered by Jinn

The fruits of a collaboration between on-demand courier platform Jinn (much like UberEats and Deliveroo) and The Fine Cheese Co., the news means that now, when the cravings set in, you can get a top notch spread delivered within the hour.

The even better news, is that there’s a whole load of remarkably fine cheese options to choose from.


Read more: Find out what kind of cheese you’re most like in this quiz 


A Cheese Plate starts from £11.95, and comes with three cheeses hailing from France, Spain, Britain or Italy (hello creamy Gorgonzola Dolce), while selection boxes, charcuterie plates and hampers are all on offer.

You can also get your mitts on a number of intriguing sides, including pickled fruits and wine.

What a time to be alive, eh?

The Fine Cheese Co hamper delivered by Jinn

The only catch here is that, as is so often the case with on-demand food delivery services, there’s a restricted area that qualifies for the food drop.

You can check whether Jinn can make it to your area bearing cheesy delights by tapping your postcode into the app.


Read more: The top 5 dinner party cheeses revealed


If you happen to live outside of the current delivery area, however, take heart.

Not only are you likely enjoying far more open space and fresher air than your inner city comrades, you can also whip your own DIY cheese feast using these delicious recipes, or treat yourself to an indulgent red wine cheese toasty, aka, the best winter snack ever invented.

Some red wine hot chocolate to go with that?

Lead image: iStock

 

Related

iStock-511738576.jpg

Prosecco tea is the ultimate drink for the office

best sandwich recipes.jpg

11 hearty sandwich recipes that are better than a full Sunday Roast

iStock-492260516.jpg

The 12 surprising health benefits of mulled wine

Comments

Latest...

Black coffee lovers, science says you're more likely to be psychopaths

“I take my coffee black – like my soul”

by Kayleigh Dray
22 Jun 2017

All aboard! There's a gin train coming to town

Sate your wanderlust with a round-the-world ‘journey’

by Nicola Colyer
21 Jun 2017

Rosé wine (aka the best wine) is getting its own boozy summer festival

Prepare to get pink-wine paninied

by Kayleigh Dray
21 Jun 2017

This £7.99 sparkling wine officially tastes as good as champagne

All the pizzazz for a slither of the price

by Anna Brech
21 Jun 2017

Got hay fever? Here's why a G&T should be your drink of choice

A cooling gin and tonic could help to curb a runny nose and sore eyes.

by Hayley Spencer
20 Jun 2017

Vegan Londoners are being treated to a meat-free burger bar next month

Not an animal product in sight at this fast-food joint

by Amy Swales
16 Jun 2017

Sacré bleu, we’re about to be hit by a croissant shortage

What is going to happen to our flaky pieces of joy?

by Jasmine Andersson
15 Jun 2017

The important thing to consider before buying alcoholic ice lollies

Police have issued a warning to everyone stocking up on prosecco popsicles

by Moya Crockett
15 Jun 2017

Know your mother’s ruin: 6 gin styles explained

Sort your Old Tom from your London Dry

by Amy Swales
14 Jun 2017

The clever kitchen gadget set to change the way we drink wine

We chucking two glasses a week down the sink because we don’t finish the bottle

by Amy Swales
14 Jun 2017