BBC Good Food Cheese Club
Nothing completes a great meal as perfectly as a well-chosen cheeseboard. Which is why we want to introduce you to the new BBC Good Food Cheese Club, in partnership with cheesegeek.
Welcome to the BBC Good Food Cheese Club. In partnership with cheesegeek, we're offering exclusively curated delivery boxes of cheese, chosen by cheese experts and the BBC Good Food team, for you to enjoy or buy as a gift.
What is the BBC Good Food Cheese Club?
We’ve teamed up with cheesegeek to bring you some of the finest fromages produced in the UK – whether you need a gift for a cheese lover or simply to treat yourself, we curate fine cheeses for delivery alongside everything you need for the perfect cheeseboard.
Delivered free and straight to your door, and with no monthly subscription, each box is guaranteed to bring you the best of the season's cheeses from some of the most respected artisans across the country.
Now, you can be part of the journey with this special introductory box. There will be more great cheeses available every 12 weeks and there’s zero obligation – cheesegeek is confident you’ll enjoy them all or will give your money back.
What's in the box?
For just £42, you’ll receive:
- Four amazing artisan cheeses exclusively selected for BBC Good Food by experts from the world of cheese – you’ll get 200g of each, from some of the most well-respected cheesemakers in the UK
- A jar of red onion & port marmalade (113g)
- Peter’s Yard original sourdough crispbreads
- Tasting notes and a scorecard
Each cheese is always cut, wrapped and packed fresh on the day it's dispatched. Upon delivery, each box is delivered in climate-controlled packaging. We recommend eating within a week for optimum freshness.
All about cheesegeek
Founded by former financier Edward Hancock in 2017, cheesegeek is an online cheesemonger that’s led the way in bringing the enjoyment of cheese to anyone, anywhere. First in the industry to insulate delivery boxes, launch a cheese app and include cheese info, notes, pairing tips and a scorecard with every selection, cheesegeek is also carbon-negative, contributing more to the environment than it takes away. You may know cheesegeek from BBC One's Dragons’ Den when founder Edward Hancock and operations director Richard Simpson secured investment from entrepreneur Steven Bartlett earlier this year.