The Boska cheese set slate L is comprised of a slate cheese board and the cheese knife Cheesy Monaco. With this set you do not only serve your cheese in style, you also immediately have a stylish knife close to cut soft and semi-hard cheeses.
About the slate cheese board
The slate board is a great way to serve cheese. The board has a nice look and feel thanks to the rough edge. The cheese board is perfect when serving all sorts of appetizers, tapas or snacks. The dark colour of the slate will be in nice contrast with the light colour of the cheeses. A remarkable way of serving your cheese or tapas!
Cleaning the slate cheese board
The cheese board has four anti-slip feet. As such you won't end up with scratches on the surface and the board will always be stable. Slate is a nice, dark type of stone with a flaky texture. Do keep in mind the following. Slate can stain. We advise you to be careful with products that can leave stains. Even though Boska states that the slate board is dishwasher proof we recommend cleaning it by hand with some mild detergent. The board cannot be placed in the microwave and you cannot use it as a cutting board. It is not what it is made for.
About the Boska cheese knife Cheesy Monaco
The cheese knife Cheesy Monaco is made from 100% stainless steel. The knife was designed for soft to semi-hard cheeses. The pattern of holes stands out: it ensures that the cheese won't stick to the blade. Incredibly practical! After use you can clean the knife in the dishwasher. Or by hand, whichever way suits you best.
Boska: crazy about cheese for over a hundred years
The Dutch Boska is a real expert when it comes to cheese. Ever since the 19th century, the company has been producing cheese' products. Or as they call it: Cheesewares. Over the years, the range has grown considerably, including cheese slicers, cheese boards, cheese graters, cheese fondue sets and various cheese knives. Everything for processing cheese. Except the cheese itself. Boska's products are for everyone, from amateur chefs to cheese farmers.