Going to Costco always feels like an adventure, especially when you realize how easy it is to reach your step goals and close your circles while schlepping around a cart full of gallon-sized jugs of mayo and cases of men’s crewneck sweatshirts that you’re not entirely sure you need. Well, now your taste buds are getting involved in the adventure because Costco is now selling summer Cheese Flights for $19.99. Traveling around the world with dairy is almost reason enough to renew our Costco memberships.
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Costco’s Kirkland Signature Cheese Flight now comes in a version hand-picked for summer. It includes five different cheeses, each of which could be the star of any appetizer board or charcuterie plate: Yellow Door Creamery’s Monteau Alpine, inspired by the cheeses of the Swiss Alps; Jasper Hill Farm’s Cabot Clothbound cheddar, an aged cheese with a sweet, nutty flavor and plenty of those little crunchy crystals cheeseheads go nuts over; El Pastor’s wine-soaked Spanish goat cheese; Formaggi della Famiglia Busti’s Il Tartufo, a sheep and cow’s milk cheese infused with flecks of black truffle; Yellow Door Creamery’s Tuscan Hand-Rubbed Fontina, a fontina wedge that’s coated in Italian herbs. Slice and serve, grate over pasta, or eat by the chunk – we aren’t here to judge.
The packaging also lists the different wines and beers that pair well with the selection of cheeses, a big help when you’re writing out your next summer dinner party shopping list. Look for affordable bottles of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Tempranillo, and Champagne for your wine-drinking guests, and Belgian, amber, and hoppy ales for those who prefer beer.
There is also a diagram on the back of the package that tells you which cheese is which, in case you suffer from cheese blindness.
Though the cheese flights were announced a few months ago, the summer flight is now available nationwide. The packages will last “several months” in the refrigerator according to this video, but the cheeses should be taken out of the fridge to rest at room temperature before you serve them.
You can look for the summer Kirkland Signature Cheese Flights in stores now — we can’t wait to see what varieties are included in the fall package!