Why you choose our natural cheese markers set for bridal shower gifts, 40th birthday gifts for women, bridesmaid gifts, wedding gifts for the couple, housewarming gifts, best friend gifts, gifts for mom, engagement gifts, hostess gifts ?
Our product are combined with 3 oval and 2 rectangular natural drink name tags together with two soapstone markers amp; a linen bag. We use the classical black gift box to pack these cheese markers set, and adding some raffia paper strips to decorate and protect these tags, which looks very elegant and attractive to those who buy them as a gift in the party, wedding or any kind of enjoyable activities.
What is cheese made from and when cheese was born?
Cheese is nutritious food made mostly from the mild of cows and other mammals, including sheep, goats, buffalo, reindeer, camels and yaks. Around 4,000 years ago, People started to breed animals and process their milk. Thatâs when the cheese was born, cheese and cheese markers are the perfect combination for cheese board
Serving and Storage Tips for Cheese
Keep the cheese in conditions in which it matures. Hard, semi-hard and semi-soft cheeses are stored in the temperatures from around 8 - 13 C.
Keep the cheese wrapped in the waxed paper and place it in a loose-fitting food-bag not to lose humidity and maintain the circulation of air.
Chilled cheeses should be taken out of the refrigerator one and a half or two hours before serving.
Cheeses contain living organisms that must not be cut off from air, yet it is important not to let a cheese dry out.
Do not store cheese with other strong-smelling foods. As a cheese breathes it will absorb other aromas and may spoil.
Wrap soft cheeses loosely. Use waxed or greaseproof paper rather than cling film.
Let cold cheese warm up for about half an hour before eating to allow the flavor and aroma to develop.