Why Aldi Shoppers Think Cabot's Seriously Sharp Cheddar Is 'The Best'

If you can't get enough of sharp cheeses, then you just might want to take a trip to your local Aldi. The popular supermarket, which is known for their affordable prices on many household and grocery items, has just added a bold new cheese offering to their shelves. The store is now carrying Cabot's Seriously Sharp Vermont Cheddar Cheese, which delivers a strong, rich flavor that is sure to satisfy those who love bold cheeses. Unlike their other lines of cheddar, Cabot's Seriously Sharp cheese is aged a minimum of 14 months, ensuring a complex, tangy, and occasionally crumbly flavor experience (via HuffPost).

Instagram's Adventures in Aldi announced the arrival of the sharp new cheese on social media, telling their followers, "I've always heard great things about @cabotcheese and I cannot wait to try this seriously sharp version of it! Do you like sharp cheeses or no?! I used to hate it, but I LOVE it now!" Many of their fans were equally excited by the arrival of this bold new flavor. Many shoppers called it "the best" cheese, while others raved that it was "so good" and "one of my favorite cheeses!" "Love it!" one user replied, while another agreed the "sharper the better!"

Aldi offers a wide variety of different cheeses

This Seriously Sharp Vermont Cheddar Cheese certainly seems to be a hit with Aldi shoppers. However, even if you are not a fan of seriously sharp cheese, you are still probably going to find at least one cheese you like at Aldi. The supermarket is known for their extensive variety of tasty cheeses, and many of their customers frequently rave about the flavor, selection, and price. Fan favorites include the Specially Selected Le Gruyère, which is just $5 for a six-ounce package, or their popular aged Asagio, which costs just $4 for an eight-ounce package, according to The Kitchn.

And while they carry tasty cheeses year-round, Aldi has also been known to release special, seasonal varieties, such as their Halloween cheese assortment, which features a Freaky Franken Sage Derby, Bat Knit Crazy Aged Cheddar, and Scary Pumpkin Spice Wensleydale Cheese (via PopSugar), or their Emporium Selection Festive Cheese Truckle Assortment, which includes aged cheddar cheeses infused with port wine and caramelized onions and is released during the holiday season, according to Aisle of Shame. So no matter what your flavor preference is, if you've got a cheese craving, you can almost surely satisfy it at your local Aldi.