Firebox Cheese Club

Cheese? Yes please!

Firebox Cheese Club

Cheese? Yes please!

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April Fool Product 2010!

GOTCHA! Yep that's right, this product was part of our April Fool range for 2010. We apologise if you are disappointed... or just sitting there red-faced! You can see our other April Fool products here.




Begin your year-long treat with Peelable Cheese

Imagine receiving a delicious wedge of cheese on a regular basis. Imagine no more because once you sign up to the Firebox Cheese Club we’ll deliver a different portion of fresh fromage to your doorstep every month for a year. Cheese? Yes please!

We’re talking hefty wedges here, not the piddly portions you get in supermarkets. It’s every off-milk connoisseur's dream! Collect all twelve and you can admire each one (before dissecting and scoffing it) on our complimentary cheese board.*


There's nothing like the taste of Cottage Cheese

If you’re a fan of gourmet cheese you’re in for a treat as we’ll surprise you every time: Red Leicester, Mild Cheddar, Cottage Cheese – we’ll even dispatch a bonus bag of foil-wrapped triangles, some peelable strings in cellophane and a cheese knife complete with Swiss-style holey handle. Cutting the cheese has never been so fulfilling!

*Ships with first order.

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Please Note:
  • Suitable for ages 30+
  • Unsuitable for anyone with a milk allergy/lactose intolerence
  • Some cheeses are very strong
  • Each cheese will be despatched by the middle of the month, your first cheese will be delivered approximately 28 days after your order
  • If you cannot eat anymore of the cheese sent to you, please send it back in a freepost envelope provided with each cheese
  • Red grapes not included
  • Your first month's delivery will come with:
    • 1x Cheese Knife
    • 1x Pack of Firebox Crackers
    • 1x Wooden Cheese Board
Monthly Cheeses:
  • (Look away now if you don't want to see what's delivered)
    • January - Peelable Cheese
    • February - Foil-wrapped Triangles
    • March - Baby Cheeses
    • April - Cottage Cheese
    • May - Edam Cheese
    • June - Mild Cheddar
    • July - Wensleydale with Cranberries
    • August - Peppercorn Cheese
    • September - Danish Blue
    • October - Red Leicester
    • November - Creamy French Brie
    • December - Blue Stilton

Customer Reviews

I am so disappointed this is an April fool joke. I was already clearing a space on my dining room table for an bounty of dairy products. It seems I'll have to cancel my subscription to Jacobs crackers too.
SteveJ - 1st April 2011
When I saw this item was available, I was very excited, as I consider myself something of a connoisseur when it comes to the old udder-lard. I have hosted several very successful cheese & wine parties, and am becoming quite well known as the local "Cheespert"! At my last cheese & wine 'do', I even introduced the novel concept of putting my cheese cubes on sticks, to allow easy recovery from the wine glass, rather than having to go through the undignified rigmarole of fishing the cheese out from the bottom of the glass with one's fingers (I have some quite large-fingered friends, and a lot of my white carpet is now stained with red wine - if only I'd thought of the sticks idea earlier!!!). Imagine my disappointment, then, when I read the list of cheeses you provide! Where is the White Mild? The Squeezy Tube? You've missed the perfect opportunity to provide exclusive foreign cheese imports! Long have I yearned to sample the "spray-cheese" phenomenon of the Americas, and I'm sure I'm not alone. This demand is the sort of thing any cheese club worth its saltine (forgive the pun) would take note of. The cheeses (Cheesi, to give the correct latin plural) you provide range from the foolishly niche (Wenslydale with cranberries??? It's well known that adding fruit to whey causes a dangerous chemical reaction, with chlorine gas as but one of its potentially fatal by-products! And Danish Blue??!!? Cheese is yellow by definition!!!) to the ridiculously banal (who hasn't grown peelable cheese on damp paper towels as a science experiment in primary school, after all?). Shame on you, Firebox! Shame on you for this flammery!
Laurie Pink - 1st April 2010
Firebox says: You love Cheese you do.
What an inspiring idea! Week after week I am forced to mingle with the minions in the local 'super' market to purchase my portion of cheese delight, now it can be delivered to my mansions door, providing the three labradors and gardener don't get to it first! Hurray, no more queuing at the checkout for me!
V W Burlington-Smythe - 1st April 2010
Cant imagine anything better than a huge wedge of cheese first thing in the morning.
Cheesington Hex - 1st April 2010
Excellent idea for dinner parties! I have just ordered one, can't wait to get my hands on the triangles and peelable cheese!! bargain price too!
Cheese Lover - 1st April 2010
Mmmm.... Cheeeese.
Emma - 1st April 2010