Product Review: Trader Joe’s Vintage Reserve Cheddar Cheese

This February Trader Joe’s came out with a special Vintage Reserve seasonal cheddar cheese. (They released a batch last February too.) I spotted some and picked it up for John, the known cheese hoarder in our house.

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Here are some more details and the nutritional information:

Country of Origin: England
Milk Type: Cow
Rennet: Vegetable
Age: 24 months
Texture: Creamy-crumbly
Taste: Intense and savory with natural sweet notes

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This cheese is fantastic. It’s just as delicious, sharp, and creamy as my favorite aged Cabot cheeses. It’s much more affordable ($3.99 per) and is perfect for any use (snacking, wine/beer pairing, or adding to a main course like mac & cheese).

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(Product reviews are never sponsored; they are just my musings on products I’ve tried and want to share with you.)

About Domestocrat

I'm a lady who enjoys photography, football, cooking, long drives with the windows down, This American Life, cereal, going to shows, scarves, kettlecorn, Gwen Stefani, yoga, my nephews, my cat Reggie, and my home: Boston.
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4 Responses to Product Review: Trader Joe’s Vintage Reserve Cheddar Cheese

  1. Yum! I miss Trader Joe’s…. They’ve apparently filed to open a Colorado store, but no one knows where or when it will open (yet).

  2. craftosaurus says:

    I haven’t tried their vintage reserve cheddar, but just so you know, the pinot grigio salami (conveniently — or brilliantly — located near the cheese) is also excellent.

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