Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Adams Reserve Sharp Cheddar Slices at Costco

My Nashville Costco has changed the sliced medium cheddar Tillamook Cheese to sliced sharp cheddar Adams Reserve.  We liked the Tillamook Cheese, a staple here.

But the Adams Reserve is growing on me.  I like a sharp cheddar taste better, but liked the Tillamook because it was Costco's only real cheddar that came in slices.  My impression is that Jacques prefers medium cheddar, but, so far, he hasn't complained about the Adams Reserve.

Tillamook was packaged in 2.5 lb. packages; Adams Reserve is in 2 lb. packs.  I paid $6.99 for 2 pounds of the Adams Reserve, making it a slightly better buy than Tillamook.

The Adams Reserve does not come with paper separating the slices, but the slices don't seem to stick together as much as the Tillamook.

1 comment:

  1. I've enjoyed the sharp cheddar difference. During the work week I eat a very small amount of this, together with several other items including another type of cheese, almost daily as part of one meal. It's very simple, reliable but tasty, and I don't seem to get tired of it, and am rarely driven to vary it - but I'll also shift on whim or circumstances. :-)

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