Lidl - Ilchester Cheese Advent Calendar 480g - £7.99 Instore
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Lidl - Ilchester Cheese Advent Calendar 480g - £7.99 Instore

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Posted 6th NovAvailable: National, South East, South, South West, London, East of England, West Midlands, East Midlands, Yorkshire & Lincolnshire, North West, North East, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland
For all cheese lovers out there, I’ve seen it for £10+ not including delivery cost, but Lidl have them for £7.99

Box Contents:
Jarlsberg®, Applewood®, Mexicana®, Ilchester® Cheddar, Ilchester® Red Leicester, Ilchester® Double Gloucester, Ilchester® Wensleydale with Cranberries, Ilchester® Wensleydale and Gingerbread

Full Product Name:
Jarlsberg® Medium Fat Hard Cheese
Applewood® Smoke Flavoured Cheddar Cheese
Mexicana® Cheddar Cheese with Mixed Peppers
Ilchester® Cheddar Cheese
Ilchester® Red Leicester Cheese
Ilchester® Double Gloucester
Ilchester® Wensleydale Cheese with Sweetened Dried Cranberries
Ilchester® Wensleydale Cheese with Crystallised Ginger, Biscuit and Candied Orange Peel



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So they're in-store now?
They were already in store for me today
I want one but I'm worried about how much space it will occupy in my fridge. 😫
Mordo06/11/2019 20:22

They were already in store for me today


Well that was a wasted trip for me. No sign in my local.
£8 at Morrison's apparently
Mmmmmm marvellous @Mordo
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At £16.65 per Kg, surely "cheese lovers" would be better off just buying some, you know, cheese? Seems more aimed at packaging fetishists. Also, no Stilton? That's egregious. Good price relative to other shops though, so well done you.
blahblahdoh08/11/2019 01:45

At £16.65 per Kg, surely "cheese lovers" would be better off just buying …At £16.65 per Kg, surely "cheese lovers" would be better off just buying some, you know, cheese? Seems more aimed at packaging fetishists. Also, no Stilton? That's egregious. Good price relative to other shops though, so well done you.


You're right of course, and you can get infinitely better cheese than this for £16.65 per kilo.

This is very bland, unexciting commercially produced stuff, but it normally sells for around £13 a kilo in small variety packs, so maybe not such a bad deal if that's what you're looking for. The cheese I normally buy costs £30 a kilo (exceptional stuff though) but I still couldn't resist one of these!
They had a few left on the shelves in Shoreham by sea lidl today
None in Paignton LIDL :/
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