You might be missing your favourite Aussie cheeses, but now you can have the artisanal fromage brought straight to your door!
Given Coronavirus restrictions, it has been hard to get out to your local shops grab your favourite yummy treats.
The internet has been a Godsend. Not only blessing us with memes to get us through these tough times, but also with delivery services that connect us to our local business. So, when you need cheese ASAP, that can now happen.
Here are the best places to turn to when you've got the hankering for some fast fromage:
The Smelly Cheese Shop is a South Australia dairy staple. You can choose a curated, pre-selected box or pick your favourite. Be aware, unusually high demand has caused some delays in express delivery times.
Harper & Blohm is a specialty cheese shop that - due to the current climate - has had to close its brick and mortar store to focus on online delivery to the VIC area. Beyond cheese, they also offer incredible charcuterie, meatballs and quiches.
The Surry Hills-based shop is most well known for their alternative cheese wheel wedding cakes, but they offer everything a true cheese-lover could dream of. Their website says that they stock the "finest and largest selection of Italian, French, Swiss and Australian farmhouse cheeses".
Cheese therapy - the kind of therapy everyone needs right now - offers boxes of Australian cheese delivered straight to your door. Their website says that they celebrate "artisanal cheese by traditional makers across the country who need a hand right now".
Cornelius Cheese is one of the top cheese delivery companies in the country. Founded in 2010, they prioritise selection, stocking cheeses from all around the world. Additionally, Cornelius is all about freshness. They offer same-day delivery within Melbourne and overnight shipping to Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Darwin, Hobart, Perth and Sydney.
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