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These Cheese Advent Calendars Will Make Your Season Much Merrier

Yes, we said cheese advent calendars.
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We're big fans of an advent calendar that hides a tasty sweet treat inside, but if your holiday cravings err on the savory side, may we suggest these tasty and unique advent calendars filled with everyone's favorite snack food: cheese. Count down the days until the holiday season with 24 bites of unique cheeses from all over the globe—because if there's one thing we know, it's that you can never have too much cheese.

Aldi's Cheese Advent Calendar


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In addition to their hotly-anticipated wine advent calendar, Aldi is also rolling out a cheese advent calendar this year including 24 imported miniature cheeses in varieties like cheddar, havarti, and gouda. But if you want one, you'll have to act fast—the calendars are only available in Aldi stores while supplies last. Start strategizing by finding an Aldi near you here.

More: Gourmet Food Gifts for a Truly Tasty Holiday

So Wrong It's Nom Cheese Advent Calendar


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Set to hit Target stores in November, this cheese advent calendar is the brainchild of So Wrong It's Nom blogger Annem Hobson, and went viral when it hit stores in the UK last year. This year the selection of 24 cheeses is coming stateside including tastes of chedder, red Leicester, and jarlsberg, among others.

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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