Giveaway - Cooler Bag of Assorted Boursin Cheeses

Do you fancy winning a Cooler Bag Full of assorted Boursin Cheeses?
I'm already a huge fan of Boursin cheese so I didn't say no when I was asked if they could send me a range of their cheese to try.  Boursin with Fig and Nuts is just the thing for Christmas.


Containing a mixture of fig and nuts such as walnut, pecan and cashews it sounds great and everyone at a recent dinner party thought so to.  Personally I wasn't over keen although I've no idea why - this sort of thing is usually right up my street.  However, statistics show (from our dinner party) 5 out of 6 people love it.  Conclusion - it must just be me.

I already buy Boursin with Garlic and Herbs and we love it.  If you like garlic then you'll love this one.  I'd have liked to have tried the Boursin with Tomato, Onion and Chive but I think someone put two of the fig and nut cheese in my parcel and didn't send me any tomato, so I've still to try that one!
Boursin Light - same taste just a good few calories less - marvelous! 

You can see the rest of the Boursin range over at their website.
They also have a great range of yummy looking recipes using Boursin too.
  
Tell me about the Competition!
One lucky reader of A Glug of Oil will win a Cooler Bag full of a assorted cheeses as shown in the picture above.  Please note: This prize can only be sent to an address in the UK.
*Please note the tomatoes and cheese board are NOT included.


 How do I enter?
To be in with a chance of winning a just follow the Rafflecopter instructions to enter.  The Rafflecopter widget enables me to check that you have Tweeted and or FaceBooked.  Entries will be verified.  Closing date 12:01am 29th November 2012 EST
To see a short video on how easy it is to use Rafflecopter click here.


111 comments

  1. Yes it's one of my favourite cheeses

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  2. Never tried it, very intrigued by it though!

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  3. I've never tried it before

    @ashlallan

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  4. Havent tried it yet , but would love to

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  5. never tried boisin cheese before, but would like to

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  6. No I haven't - quite keen to however.

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  7. This is my favorite cheese so here's hoping!

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  8. No I have not but I love trying new cheese

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  9. Yes, I have. It's lush, I don't buy it often enough now I think about it!

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  10. Yes I love Boursin, Fig is my favourite!

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  11. Have Never tried it before but it looks yummy :-)

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  12. Love Boursin, especially on crackers or with bread sticks

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  13. I adore Boursin cheeses! Always have them around the holidays.

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  14. i really like boursin

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  15. No I haven't as by the time I've brought it & put it in the fridge it's gone within hours!!! I'm planning on trying it very soon.

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  16. Yes but haven't had in in a long time

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  17. I love boursin cheese. We always have this at Christmas. Perfect with crackers.

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  18. oh yes.....many times......love it

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  19. Not yet - but I'd love to though. It sounds rather delicious :)

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  20. i would love to try this as i love to try something diffrent on my crackers x

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  21. Yes - I use it to make delish savoury muffins :)

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  22. Yes, theres some in my fridge now!

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  23. yes i have and i nearly always have some in the fridge, because it tastes sooooooooooooooo good

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  24. Yes, I love the herb one but would love to try the fig one...

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  25. Yes. It's a Christmas classic!

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  26. Yes love it on Ritz with cucumber

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  27. It would definitely be a meryy xmas with a bag full of cheese!

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  28. I can honestly say that I've never tried Boursin cheese

    Angela

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  29. Gabrielle svensson15 November 2012 at 10:23

    No, I have not tried yet, but would love to.

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  30. never had the bottle to try it, but would love to

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  31. love the original Boursin, haven't tried the new flavours, they sound lovely

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  32. Annette O'Brien17 November 2012 at 10:55

    I use the Boursin with garlic to make the perfect cheese sauce for pasta dishes.
    I'm intrigued to hear they make a fig and walnut variety, I must look out for it.
    It reminds me of breakfast on a roof terrace of a hotel I stayed in a small village called Kas in Turkey years ago - we had warm, fresh crusty bread, fresh figs, feta cheese, walnuts and local honey for breakfast. Yum!!

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  33. I love Boursin cheese, eating with crackers or mixed in pasta.

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  34. Yes - love it with crusty bread

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  35. Find any excuse to put a packet of original boursin in the shopping basket, would love the chance to try the new flavours!

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  36. Yes but only the garlic one so would love to try the others

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  37. I haven't tried it before but it's also on my cheese list ;)

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  38. Love the garlic one but not tried the other flavours yet.

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  39. Only the basic flavoured one, wish I could get hold of the others!

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  40. Yup certainly have...it's a fantastically versatile cheese to cook with

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  41. Yes and as with my grandson we both love it.

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  42. my friend introduced me to it years ago on crusty bed it was like having a slice of heaven, never looked back

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  43. lovely especially with crackers

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  44. I looooove Boursin cheese... far too easy to eat too much of it though!

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  45. I love it ,on toast and in chicken breasts

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  46. I have tried it and my Husband is addicted to it.

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  47. Boursin is one of the few cheeses that my Mum enjoys and so it was always in our house when I was living there. We now have it every week in a pasta dish and my love of it continues!

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  48. Never get enough Boursin. And I'm a student so I can't actually afford it. :)

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  49. Yes, and our daughter really loves it.

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  50. Never tried it but would like to!

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  51. I love it but haven't had it for years. Used to make breaded mushrooms stuffed with it hmmmm yum!!

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  52. Catherine McAlinden24 November 2012 at 12:36

    Never tried it!

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  53. Yes, and I love it on bread but an American friend has suggested smearing the inside of a rolled joint of beef with it before roasting. Have not done it myself but their beef always tastes fabulous.

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  54. Yes, we have it for Christmas tea every year, it's lovely spread over a piece of cold turkey!

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  55. not tried it before, but would like to

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  56. yes but only the one with herbs

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  57. Yes but a really long time ago and I don't really remember how it tasted.

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  58. I've never tried it before but it certainly sounds yummy! xo

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  59. I must confess, I've not tried it yet

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  60. Yes I have tried it and I love it!

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  61. Yes, it's lovely on a jacket potato!

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  62. Yes, love it on fresh french bread.

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  63. Yes! I first tried it in France (It's GORGEOUS on real French crusty bread!) and now buy it a lot to have at home :)

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  64. We love it in our house. My favourite way to eat it is in our homemade leek and cauliflower soup

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  65. No :( Would LOVE to though x

    Becci Cleary/@beccicleary87/rcleary57@yahoo.com

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  66. Yes! I love love love the garlic one on some crackers! X

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  67. I haven't but my mum loves it!

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  68. I haven't but my mum loves it!

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  69. Yes, I have. I love it on cold toast or oat cakes as a bedtime treat!

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  70. Yes i love it had it since i was a kid

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  71. nope never tried before though if I won that would all change:D

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  72. Yes!!!!!!!! it is amazing!!!!

    ceriandjames@live.co.uk

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  73. Enter your zip code hereyes we buy it at Xmas

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  74. Yes I have. Love it, it's great x

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  75. I love the herb and garlic on crackers....lovely!!

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  76. yes tried it and love it on a fresh French stick

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Thanks for taking the time to comment - much appreciated.
Cheers
Jan




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