FAIRFIELD, N.J. — Cello, a handcrafted specialty cheese brand, is adding two products to its portfolio of cheese flights: Cello Breeze and Cello Sunrise. Aiming to making cheese less intimidating for all through tasty products and educational resources, these new offerings deliver on both flavor and approachability, according to the company. 

The latest varietals feature paired trios of new and fan-favorite Cello cheeses, in support of the summer’s cheese board trend. Cello's cheese connoisseurs have developed each flight to include an ideal combination of flavors, removing all the guesswork from building the perfect board. 

The latest varietals feature paired trios of new and fan-favorite Cello cheeses, in support of the summer’s cheeseboard trend. Cello's cheese connoisseurs have developed each flight to include an ideal combination of flavors, removing all the guesswork from building the perfect board. 

The new flights include: 

  • Cello Breeze: Crafted for the cheese lover with a sense of adventure, the Cello Breeze cheese flight couples Cello's classic English Cheddar with two never-before-released offerings, Cello Blueberry Lemon Fontal and Cello Red Wine Soaked Goat Cheese. Altogether this flight provides an incredible combination of sweet, savory, and nutty flavors. 
  • Cello Sunrise: With a wealth of sweet yet spice-filled flavors, the Cello Sunrise cheese flight features Cello's Cheddar Gruyere enhanced with roasted red and black peppers, a 10-month aged Asiago, and a classic favorite—the Cello Hand-Rubbed Tuscan Fontal. 

"At Cello, we make it our mission to equip cheese lovers with the products and knowledge that will enhance every eating occasion," said Mike Currie, marketing director at Schuman Cheese, the parent company of Cello. "We are thrilled to continue offering them even more ways to enjoy cheese through these exciting new flavors and flight pairings." 

All Cello Cheese Flights include additional pairing suggestions directly on the packaging to help consumers identify the perfect accompaniments. The cheese flights are available starting this month at Kroger for $12.99.