The Medieval Cheese Board Is Barbaric

The Medieval Cheese Board allows you to execute all kinds of cheese for reasons that range from a royal banquet to something petty like a midnight snack. On that note, my spies tell me that the cheddar is plotting against you. Maybe we should chop it up and put the squares on toothpicks to let others know that you aren’t to be trifled with.

Whether you like to pretend that your cheese embodies your mortal enemies, or you just like to play executioner de fromage, this Medieval Cheese Board sets the scene. The shield-shaped rubberwood chopping board will handle any de brie you have left after your feast, and the raclette of battle axes and a spear made from 420 stainless steel blades with beechwood handles nestle snugly in their stand, always at the ready. It’s so gouda, your next wine and cheese event may take a decidedly feudal turn.

Though softer cheeses would have been more commonly served during the medieval period, this cheese board set can handle even the hardest Romano. So, set out a selection of soft, semi-soft, and hard cheeses, along with fruit, bread, and crackers, and let the axe fall where it may. Huzzah!

Medieval Cheese Board ($34.99)


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