Cheese Therapy are sure getting around with all their superb cheese-tasting events! Just in case you missed their deliciously decadent occasions in Brisbane or on the Sunshine Coast, here's another opportunity for you to discover the winning combination of Bubbles and Brie.
Bubbles and Brie in Toowoomba is geared for you to experience first-hand some totally exotic Bries, teamed with bubblies that have been perfectly synchronised to tantalise your palate. This exciting event is being held at the Blank Space at The Mills Precinct, in Toowoomba on the 2 September. With the date being so close to Father's Day, how about surprising Dad or Granddad with a Bubbles and Brie ticket for a uniquely different gift. Tickets are only $59 per person and available to purchase here. Please note that this is a strictly limited event and last year's Bubbles and Brie in Toowoomba was a huge success.
A year ago Cheese Therapy started their very innovative business, bringing some of the world's best cheeses right to your doorstep. The cheeses are not the usual supermarket varieties but are specifically sourced from countries around the world, including Australia.
Amazing cheese delivered to your door - Image: Cheese Therapy FB page
Cheese Therapy are also available for private functions and events. If you're looking for a way to impress your family and friends with your entertaining skills, how about hosting your own private cheese experience. Alternatively, Cheese Therapy are available for corporate boardroom tastings, birthday parties and Christmas parties - Sam, Cheese Therapy's cheese monger is very happy to share his personal cheese and wine passions with you.
If you're a dinkum Turophile - cheese lover - how about joining up with Cheese Therapy's Cheese Club and have divine cheeses delivered to your door…every month! Cheese Therapy give you the choice of either a two, three, four or an eight pack cheese hamper - have a look here at what's available. There are some fantastic Father's Day Gift Packs available too.
I'm curious, whaich chheses are Australian? I've never come across a cheese that specifically says it is of Australian origin, and I have never really thought aboug Austrailia as a cheese producing country.