Today’s Groupon Deal: $10 for $20 Worth of Cheese, Charcuterie, and More at Benton Brothers Fine Cheese
Buy now for only $10
You Save $10
This is only a 1-day sale so act quickly if you’re interested. The group buy has already been activated so it’s good to go. The deal expires tonight at midnight (Tuesday, August 17, 2010).
The Fine Print
Expires Dec 31, 2010
Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 add’l as gifts. Not valid for cash back. Not valid with other offers.
•Hand-selected fine cheeses
•More than 150 varieties
•Charcuterie & accompaniments
Benton Brothers Fine Cheese
2104 W 41st Ave.
Vancouver, British Columbia
Artisan cheese, like sporks, moulded gelatin, and David Lee Roth, classes up any meal it walks into. Today’s Groupon gets you a taste of the classy curds: for $10, you get $20 worth of cheese, charcuterie, and more at Benton Brothers Fine Cheese.
The family-owned boutique offers an abundant selection of small-scale and artisan cheeses, charcuterie, and accompaniments in a quaint Kerrisdale fromagerie. Cheeses are hand-selected by the in-house experts, and the rotating selection of more than 150 varieties of cow, goat, and sheep’s curds is thoroughly researched for history, flavour profiling, wine pairing, and favourite bands before hitting the cooler. Indulge in the creamy cow’s milk Quebecoise Bleu Bénédictin ($5.95 per 100g), and savour the slightly mushroomy, slightly salty flavour of the deeply veined monk-made blue. Grab a block of the semi-hard sheep’s milk pecorino Toscano and grate the fragrant fromage over your next pasta, cheesecake, or salad. For fromageophobes, Benton Brothers offers a bounty of locally made charcuterie and cheese accompaniments, to ensure all guests at your next cheese-themed soiree can sup stress-free.
All of Benton Brothers’ curds are fresh and never vacuum-sealed, ensuring a top-quality plate of night cheese for hungry, sofa-top snackers.
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