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The Gourmet Cheese of the Month Club strives to select the finest cheeses from around the world, and offer them as a superior gift at a competitive price. They have a history of consistently pleasing their customers for over 20 years.
With the Gourmet Cheese of the Month Club, members will receive 3 delicious half-pound cheese selections in each delivery. The cheeses are derived from only natural and quality ingredients. Many of the cheeses from the club are created by boutique production manufacturers in Europe. Recipients can be assured that each delivery will include a variety of international cheese flavors. With each shipment, members also receive an informative newsletter explaining the origin and history of the cheeses.
The website is easy to navigate and straightforward, leaving no confusion to the shopper. We appreciated the summary of our cheese club mempership selections, which clearly lay out when we could anticipate a delivery. Payment terms are also flexible, with the option to pay in one installment, or each time a delivery is made.
The Gourmet Cheese of the Month Club membership includes:
Conveniently, you can reorder your favorite cheeses at further discounted rates. All of the shipments are packed to ensure freshness upon receipt.
The Gourmet Cheese of the Month Club provides an affordable, flexible cheese club for anyone that enjoys the delicious tastes of fine cheese. The membership is a strong choice that will deliver quality cheese consistently and on time each month. As a result, they earn our highest rating.
Amazing Clubs specializes in a long list of clubs for food, drink, coffee, dinner and more to meet any gift giving challenges you may faced. Amazing Clubs currently services over half a million customers and is the largest club provider in existence. They have a history of consistently delivering quality products on time as you've selected.
Amazing Club provides members a complete cheese tasting experience. Each month Amazing Clubs delivers three different, half-pound selections of farmhouse cheeses. Examples of cheeses will include Morbiers, Camemberts, Bries and Cheddars. Cheeses are never duplicated over the course of a membership and the selection arrives as a surprise each delivery in nice packaging that is designed to keep the cheese fresh and delicious during it's journey to the doorstep.
Outside of wonderful cheeses, you can enjoy free shipping and membership flexibility that caters to anyone's needs. Whether the cheese is for yourself, or as a gift, you'll be satisfied with the level of professionalism and customer service at Amazing Clubs.
Each period, you may anticipate receiving one or two cheeses based on your preference. Amazing Clubs offers the most flexible selection of gift frequency of any clubs reviewed. Simply choose between 3, 6, 12 or quarterly basis. Further you may select if you want the cheese delivery monthly or every other month to meet your needs. Membership costs are the most affordable with the option to pay monthly if so desired.
Upon ordering a cheese club membership for someone else, the recipient will receive notification of the gift along with your personalized message. You have the flexibility of printing this off instead, with your own printer, if you're rushed for time. You can also anticipate a newsletter with each cheese delivery explaining the origin and ingredients. In the event you aren't satisfied with your cheeses you may cancel your membership at any time for a full refund.
We found numerous reviews and comments about satisfied Amazing Club members. We most appreciated the affordability of this cheese club membership including the flexibility of paying up front or monthly as desired. Amazing Clubs also has a strong sense of customer service and has geared the company to making happy, repeat customers. If you are looking to send delicious cheeses to a family member, friend or business contact Amazing Clubs is a great choice.
Di Bruno Bros. began in 1939 with a small shop in the Italian Market of South Philadelphia. Today, with several retail locations and an easy-to-shop online storefront, Di Bruno Bros. puts the finest cheeses in the world within reach.
Just look at the photos on their website (especially under the "More About Us" section of the "About Us" page. Want to know more about how each cheese is made, or to see what a gourmet cheese store looks like inside? If your mouth isn't watering in the first few seconds, you probably aren't a fan of cheese!
Di Bruno Bros. offers three cheese clubs, all available in subscriptions of 3, 6, or 12 months.
Although we were initially confused by the pricing on the Di Bruno Bros. website, we eventually figured out that the monthly cost doesn't change based on the size of the subscription: whether you subscribe for 3, 6, or 12 months, you'll pay between $49.99 and $69.99 per month, depending on which club you select. On each club's main page, the price you see defaults to the 3-month total cost; use the dropdown box if you'd like to see the total for a longer subscription period.
All of Di Bruno Bros. cheese clubs ship for free.
We were not surprised at all to see glowing customer reviews for everything Di Bruno Bros. sells. Amazing taste, excellent pairings, and superb attention to customer satisfaction are just a few of the compliments we saw from happy Di Bruno Bros. customers. With an iron-clad guarantee for every order - "We will promptly refund your money, re-ship or replace your order, or make any other arrangements to uphold our devotion to quality and a positive experience for you" - there's no downside to the clubs offered by these cheese experts. Just be sure to contact them within 48 hours of receipt if there is any issue with the shipment.
Simply put, it's hard to find a cheese club better than Di Bruno Bros. We highly recommend them for your cheese club membership - for a lucky recipient or for yourself.
Originally opened in 1940, Murray's Cheese is a beloved tradition in Greenwich Village, with their own cheese-aging caves on Long Island. You may have even seen some of their varieties in a local Kroger's grocery store or featured in one of the 600+ restaurants and hotels that use the gourmet cheeses in their dining choices.
We love the amount of detail provided about the three cheeses that come with each delivery. For example, one month's varieties included "Truffle Tremor" goat cheese from California, "Marieke Gouda" from Wisconsin, and "Prairie Breeze" cheddar from Iowa. Each one is described in mouth-watering detail and comes with a drink pairing suggestion for even more enjoyment.
Murray's is the only retailer in our review of Cheese Clubs that cuts each cheese selection to order. Because cheese flavors can change from month to month, Murray's cheesemongers sample the cheeses in their storage caves and select the three most flavorful varieties for that month's delivery. Each wedge is wrapped in special paper that allows the cheese to keep maturing even during the delivery process and stops it from drying out. All orders are shipped in lined thermal boxes with gel packs, keeping the cheese cool to cold while en route. And, if you're giving the Cheese Club subscription as a gift, you can have the deliveries shipped in a Murray's gift crate for an extra $15.
You will want to keep an eye on the calendar: every delivery comes on the second Thursday of the month. If, for some reason, that date isn't going to work - you'll be out of town, or your gift recipient will be on vacation - you'll need to get in touch with Murray's customer service department at least 24 hours in advance to delay the shipment.
Looking for a little extra savings? Watch out for pop-up offers: when we visited the Murray's site, we were given a 10% discount for signing up for their email newsletter. However, be aware that the discount will only apply to a regular order, not for the Cheese Club membership.
Customers have plenty of good things to say about Murray's cheese. From celebrity fans like Oprah, who put the Cheese Club on her Must-Haves list, to the everyday clients who left glowing reviews on the Murray's website, people love the unique varieties and tantalizing flavors in each shipment.
Murray's knows cheese. And if you're looking to get to know cheese better than ever, you won't be disappointed by their Cheese Club membership.
Beekman 1802 was created in 2008 on a 200-year-old farm in upstate New York. Founders Josh and Brent work in collaboration with local artisans, craftspeople, and farmers, helping them grow their businesses and producing goods seasonally.
If you love artisanal-quality goat cheese, Beekman 1802 is the Cheese Club for you. Every cheese comes from Farmer John's goats, and varieties include Kaastavond ("Christmas Eve Cheese"), Chevre, Blak, and Ghoast.
When we visited the site, we were given a pop-up offer of a 15% discount on our first order if we subscribed to their email newsletter. Unfortunately, the fine print said that the discount wasn't applicable to Cheese Club subscriptions.
That discount would have been very helpful: Beekman 1802 is one of the most expensive Cheese Clubs on the market. Their website left us a little confused by their pricing options: a 3-month ongoing membership (i.e. recurring billing until you cancel it) for $48 per shipment, or a 12-month non-renewing subscription for $190. But, that 12-month subscription is still only shipped quarterly, so we were left a little confused. Both plans work out to be roughly $48 per shipment of cheese, with no additional shipping costs. Apparently, the only difference is whether you want to have an ongoing membership that renews until you cancel or whether you want to give a total of four shipments to yourself or someone else.
What if you don't wind up liking your goat cheese from Beekman 1802? Their return policy states that food items are not returnable, which is reasonable. They also state that they want their "Neighbors" - how they refer to their customers - to be "entirely thrilled" with anything they receive from Beekman 1802, and that they will do their best to take care of any issues that arise. That's a little vague, but their overall reputation is sound enough that it can be taken at face value.
We love the attention to quality and local production offered by Beekman 1802 and think that, for those who love goat cheese, their Cheese Club will be a winner. On the other hand, most people looking for a membership for themselves or as a gift are likely looking for more variety, wider shipping options, and lower prices.
iGourmet offers a lower priced international cheese of the month club along with several other food and beverage gifts. The website lacks some professionalism and we struggled at first to find the cheese clubs among the food gifts available. We liked that iGourmet provides a newsletter to guide you through the cheese selections of the month but had concerns about the flexibility of the membership to meet most budget needs.
Each month you can anticipate 3 half pound selections of cheese delivered to the doorstep. Cheese originate from around the globe and may focus on a particular region of a country or allow for a comparison of different American cheese makers.
iGourmet primarily focuses on providing gourmet food and not club memberships. As such the website lacks important information regarding the packaging and expectations of sending a cheese club membership to family, friend or business relationship. This is also evident in the lack of plan flexibility in frequency, duration and payment plans. The only benefit to purchasing an iGourmet cheese club membership is the reduced cost but otherwise iGourmet lacks some necessary bells and whistles to win our approval.
Finding a new, useful gift each year is always a challenge. A great new idea to consider is a cheese club membership. During times of financial challenge, receiving a functional gift like food is often very welcomed.
Cheese Club memberships provides delicious, high quality cheese sent monthly, bi-monthly, or quarterly dependent on the flexibility of the club and the customers preference. Cheese selections are predetermined by the company and come well package for freshness.
For those cheese lovers, especially those hard to buy for, you can't go wrong with giving a cheese membership for any period of time.
However, not all cheese clubs are alike and it's important to understand the policies before you sign up. Important aspects of a cheese club membership to be aware of are:
TopConsumerReviews.com has reviewed and ranked the best Cheese Clubs available today. We hope these reviews help you find the best cheese club that meets your needs!
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