Costco is the retail king of great products, from giant tubs of mac ‘n’ cheese to Nutella that weighs as much as a Yorkie puppy. Over the years, Costco has made its fair share of fans, and it’s about to make a few more.
If you love cheese, you’ll be over the moon about the all-new budget-friendly cheese flights hitting shelves now. This is the best (and cheesiest!) way to kick off your summer potluck.
Here’s Everything You Need to Know
Costco’s 5-cheese flight was first spotted by @CostcoDeals on Instagram. The flight includes all of your favorites, like Monteau alpine, cabot clothbound cheddar, red wine soaked goat, 12-month-aged manchego and dijon-herb hand-rubbed fontina. All this flavor equates to almost 2 lbs., and you can bet any of these would taste great in your homemade cheese board.
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🧀These #kirklandsignature #cheese flights are the best!! Now a new summer #cheeseflight is available! Only $19.99! These sell out fast and seem to be in select stores! Grab it if you see it! This was found in nw region! Perfect for #charcuterie boards! #costcodeals #costco
The packaging also includes alcohol pairings in case you’re looking to throw the perfect tasting party. For your wine selection, Kirkland suggests pinot noir with Monteau alpine, malbec with cheddar, tempranillo with goat, rioja with the aged manchego and finally chablis with the dijon-herb hand-rubbed fontina. You can also find beer pairings on the package.
This Is Too Gouda Deal to Miss Out On
The flight will only set you back around $20, so it’s really worth the investment if you’re looking to build the perfect snack platter for the 4th of July or an upcoming summer barbecue. Get to the register ASAP if you want to snag one because, according to @CostcoDeals, these flights are disappearing fast.
Rumor has it these cheeses are only being sold in select stores. If you can’t find the flight at your location, feel free to call around. Unfortunately, they can’t be ordered online, so you’ll need to put a little elbow grease into finding these elusive cheeses. We have a feeling it’s worth it.