5 Mouth-watering Herb And Cheese Pairings

Posted by Sara Chinnock on

National Herb Day is just around the corner on May 4th, and what better way to celebrate than by indulging in some mouth-watering herb and cheese pairings?


Herbs not only add a pop of color and freshness to your spread, but they also bring out the flavors of the cheeses and create a truly memorable culinary experience. So, this National Herb Day, remember to pick up some of your favorite herbs and get creative with your cheese board creations!



Elevate your cheese board game with these flavorful herb and cheese pairings that will leave your guests coming back for more!


1. Basil and Mozzarella

The classic combination of fresh basil leaves with creamy mozzarella cheese is a match made in heaven. Sprinkle some balsamic glaze on top for an extra burst of flavor. 


2. Rosemary and Aged Cheddar

The earthy and piney flavor of rosemary beautifully complements the sharpness of aged cheddar. Add some honey or fig jam for a sweet and savory contrast. 


3. Thyme and Goat Cheese

The delicate and floral notes of thyme pair perfectly with the tangy and creamy goat cheese. Top it off with some roasted nuts for added crunch. 


4. Dill and Smoked Gouda

The fresh and slightly tangy flavor of dill enhances the smokiness of gouda, creating a harmonious balance of flavors. Serve with some sliced apples or pears for a refreshing touch.


5. Sage and Blue Cheese

The robust and savory taste of sage complements the bold and pungent flavor of blue cheese perfectly. Drizzle some honey or maple syrup on top for a decadent treat.


At Sara's Boxes & Boards, we take pride in using only the freshest herbs in our custom charcuterie boards and grazing tables. And with Cinco De Mayo just around the corner, now is the perfect time to place your order for a delicious spread that will have your guests raving! Contact us today and celebrate National Herb Day and Cinco De Mayo in style with our beautiful creations!


 What is your favorite herb and cheese pairing?

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