The world’s first CHEESE Bouquet is here in time for Mother’s Day!

by Jane McGuire |
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Forget flowers this Mother’s Day, the world’s first CHEESE bouquet is here and it looks INCREDIBLE! Famous Norwegian cheese export Jarlsberg has created the amazing looking Cheese Bouquet, which consists of 25 mini Jarlsberg cheeses, and 10 packs of Peter’s Yard biscuits sculpted by Oxfordshire florist Twigs and Twine.

The bouquet will set you back £30, but is every cheese lovers dream and will (hopefully) last you most of Mother’s Day weekend! Each bouquet takes two hours to make and also features different varieties of eucalyptus, ruscus and thlaspi.

Co-Founder Wendy Wilson Bett at Peter’s Yard said: ‘We love Norseland’s clever idea of creating a Mother’s Day cheese bouquet and were delighted to work with them to create the perfect pairing; our mini crispbreads and their mini cheeses.’

Lisa Harrison, Senior Brand Manager at Norseland comments: ‘After the success of the cheese advent calendar we knew we wanted to carry on showcasing our new products in innovative and eye-catching ways. As our minis launch is so close to Mother’s Day, we wanted to create something truly unique for all the mums out there. It is the perfect present for any cheese loving mums!’

The bouquets will be available to buy via the Twigs and Twine website from 5th March.

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