Cypress Grove Cheese at Costco is a big new upgrade to the specialty cheese section at Costco! We’ve always had the Cypress Grove delicious goat milk cheeses come and go, but now we’re seeing them come more often, stay longer, and we absolutely love these specialty foodie goat cheese choices at Costco! You’ll find the Cypress Grove Humboldt Fog, Truffle Tremor and Midnight Moon Gouda.
If you’re a foodie at heart and you love really (like really, really!) good cheese…I recommend all three of these cheeses from Cypress Grove!
Humboldt Fog by Cypress Grove
Humboldt Fog has been a cheeseboard staple in our house for oh, 10, no…maybe 14 years? If you’ve never tried it, it’s not like any other cheese you’ve ever had – it’s a goat cheese based brie – but with a solid undertone of maybe blue cheese? I don’t know how to describe but if you’re adventurous with cheese and love brie, goat cheese and blue cheese then I think you might find a new favorite in Humboldt Fog!
If you have already had it then you know….IT’S DELICIOUS! And it’s a good deal at Costco!
I especially love offsetting the sharp flavor with something sweet – on a cheeseboard I often add fig jam, dried apricots or dates. If snacking alone standing up while cooking dinner I just smear it on apple slices…I mean honestly however you eat, I think you’re going to love it lol!
Cypress Grove Mini Humboldt Fog Cheese is Costco Item Number 46794 and costs $18.99 per lb at Costco. Each mini round is approximately 1 lb or about $19 each. Find it in the refrigerated specialty cheese aisles of Costco on and off throughout the year.
Truffle Tremor by Cypress Grove Cheese at Costco
Truffle Tremor is a little like Humboldt Fog but with added truffles – and it is absolutely delicious in my opinion! If you love Humboldt Fog and Goat Cheese and Truffles….then this will be your new favorite truffle cheese for sure!
Costco Pro Tip: Cypress Grove Truffle Tremor is usually not restocked. It comes in a small-ish quantity and when it’s gone, you won’t see it again on Costco shelves for months, maybe even a year! So check the expiration date, and grab as many as you can eat before they expire!
Cypress Grove Peterson Truffle Tremor is Costco Item Number 11580 and costs $22.49 per pound. Each piece is right around 1 pound so about $22-23 each. Find it in the refrigerated specialty cheese aisle in-store at Costco.
Cheese Boards Love Truffle Tremor, Humboldt Fog and…Midnight Moon Goat Gouda Cheese
We’re big fans of this Cypress Grove Midnight Moon Goat Gouda from Costco! Before this we’d only had soft cheeses from Cypress Grove but we love gouda so we tried it and it’s on our recommended list!
The goat cheese gives it a unique twist on gouda, but it’s still got a great gouda flavor – unlike the Humboldt Fog and Truffle Tremor you don’t necessarily need to care particularly for goat cheese to still enjoy this specialty gouda cheese from Costco by Cypress Grove.
Cypress Grove Midnight Moon Cheese is Costco Item Number 45301 and costs $15.49 per pound. Each slice is about 1 lb or $15-16 dollars. Find it in the refrigerated specialty cheese aisle near the meat and other specialty cheese items.
Costco Pro Tip: We see this cheese more often than Humboldt Fog or Truffle Tremor, the Midnight Moon appears to get restocked, and stay in stock for periods of time.
Have you tried any of the Cypress Grove Cheese at Costco? Which is your favorite? We’d love to know please drop your thoughts in the comments!
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FAQ Costco Cheese Questions
Does Costco sell Humboldt Fog Cheese?
Yes, Costco stocks Humboldt Fog Cheese from Cypress Grove periodically throughout the year, however it is not a staple item you can purchase any time.
How much is Cypress Grove Humboldt Fog at Costco?
Cypress Grove Mini Humboldt Fog Cheese is Costco Item Number 46794 and costs $18.99 per lb at Costco. Each mini round is approximately 1 lb or about $19 each.
Is Humboldt Fog Cheese Good?
Yes! We absolutely love it! It’s made with goat cheese, and is soft like a brie with a sharp bite a little like blue cheese. If you dislike goat cheese, blue cheese and brie cheese then it may not be the right pick for you.