Luxurious & locally made- create the perfect festive cheeseboard, without the hefty price tag!
Aldi is launching a wide range of premium Christmas cheeses that will be the perfect addition to your Christmas table this year. This is a not to be missed, rare occasion to pick up incredibly luxurious artisanal cheeses without the luxurious price tag! The vast collection includes everything from a Garlic & Herb Cheddar to an award-winning Irish Vintage White Cheddar and a Horseradish & Rosemary Cheddar. The majority of Aldi’s cheese is sourced from Irish producers, allowing you to support local when you shop at the retailer this festive season.
If your cheese knowledge is not up to scratch do not fret, Aldi is offering a vast variety of premade hampers and curated selections that will make the perfect post-Christmas dinner cheeseboard and is sure to impress your guests. Aldi also stock all the accompaniments you could wish for – hand baked crackers, chutneys, you name it!
Aldi’s selection of cheeses will make the perfect gift for the cheese connoisseur in your life! The products that will be available from Aldi stores nationwide include:
The above products and much more are on sale across all 148 Aldi stores nationwide this November while stocks last.
Did you know?
Aldi’s Christmas Savings Card is available to pick up from all 148 stores nationwide. Saving as you go to make the festive season more affordable is a great idea and will help to make your Christmas as stress free as possible! Simply pick up a card at the checkout the next time you are in store and then register it online. Top up at the checkout and use your card throughout the year in any of Aldi’s stores in Ireland.
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