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, kettlecorn, hot yoga, pop punk, 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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