Cheeseposties are on my favourite foodie subscription boxes to review and I always look forward to seeing what flavour combination they’ve sent me this time around. If you haven’t heard of Cheeseposties before, they basically send you all the ingredients that you need to make a delicious gourmet cheese toastie at home, and they have some very exciting and unusual flavours available.
When you sign up to Cheeseposties, you can fill out a short online quiz detailing any preferences (vegetarian, nut-free, don’t send certain ingredients etc), and you can choose whether you want to enjoy savoury, sweet or both. I always highly recommend getting the ‘bit of both’ option because it opens up your subscription to a lot more flavour choices, plus it’s fun to experiment! You can also choose how often you want to have a Cheesepostie delivered.
I was pleased to see that they’ve undergone a bit of a makeover recently with regards to their packaging as your Cheesepostie will now arrive in a smaller, more compact and eco-friendly box with paper wrapping instead of plastic shrink wrap. I think this is a brilliant step forwards for the brand and I’ll always happily support any company who are making efforts to make their products more environmentally friendly. Nice one Cheeseposties!
The boxes are still posted 1st Class by Royal Mail to ensure that they reach you as fresh as possible, and it still fits straight through the letterbox so you don’t have to sign for anything.
When I opened the box, I was greeted with a personalised letter which includes info about this month’s Cheesepostie flavour and explains their loyalty scheme and charity contribution to Mary’s Meals.
This time I received the Bloody Mary flavour which I got very excited about as I’m a huge fan of hot sauce!
I received the following ingredients to make the Bloody Mary Cheesepostie:-
- Two slices of White Bread
- Two mini packs of Kerrygold Butter
- Red Leicester Cheese
- Tubby Tom’s Hot Sauce
- Tomato Sauce
Let’s make this Cheesepostie!
I spread the Butter on each side, and then added the Red Leicester cheese on one half and all of the chunky Tomato Sauce and Hot Sauce on the other half like so. As always, I made my Cheesepostie in a frying pan as I like a more browned and toasted sandwich, but you can, of course, use the enclosed toasting bag if you prefer. You’re going to get a delicious result either way!
And here it is – the Bloody Mary Cheesepostie!
As always, the bread was top quality and toasted beautifully, whilst the Red Leicester Cheese melted down into a squidgy cheesy texture. The chunky Tomato Sauce combined with the Tubby Tom’s Hot Sauce was amazing (the hot sauce had a lovely kick!), and everything fused together was mouth-wateringly good. Delicious!