Double Cheese Board


This impressive display board is excellent for serving a selection of cheeses, sliced meats and finger food or for cutting large baguettes and other breads.

The Double Cheese Board has an enormous amount of space for a serving board so it also works great in the kitchen as a second cutting board. With its huge surface area, this board is great to use for displaying and cutting a larger loaf of bread or baguettes and still have space for cheeses or cold-cuts or just fill it with your favorite hors d’oeuvres. This good sized board is 1.5 inches thick making it perfect to use as a second cutting surface in the kitchen while prepping for the party. The Double Cheese Board with its outstanding end grain design really shows off the beauty of the wood and the food being presented. It also has our signature soft rubber feet to make the board easier to pick-up, prevent sliding and moisture build up and provides wonderful cutting haptics.

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Natural Fibres

Environmentally Produced

Locally Made


Robust end grain construction
Beautiful colours and twirling growth ring patterns
Large enough to be used as a second cutting board
Board size is 17.75 x 7 x 1.5 inches (45 × 17.8 × 3.8 cm)
Board weighs 4 lbs (1.81 kg)

Kiln dried larch wood
Renewable Resource
Sourced from locally managed sustainable wood lots
Origin of Manufacture
Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada

Why We Love The Double Cheese Board

Made in Canada

Designed and produced in Canada.

Environmentally Produced

Materials made with less water, less waste, less pollution.

Locally Made

Designed and produced in Nova Scotia.

Larch Wood Canada

About The Brand

Our trees are locally harvested in a sustainable manner with many trees supplied by small woodlot owners. We pay the woodland owners more than market value for their logs to promote a healthy holistic business.

Canadian larch, also known locally as tamarack and juniper, grow in abundance on Cape Breton Island. It is a fast growing, tenacious species that can tolerate less than ideal conditions, like wet or recently disturbed soils.

It is a renewable resource that we source from sustainably managed local woodlots.

The wood of the Canadian larch is resilient and durable but also flexible. It was traditionally used in boat building and for other exterior applications such as decking and fence posts. Juniper is also noted for possessing antimicrobial and rot resistant properties making Eastern larch a great choice for kitchen cutting boards, countertops and chopping blocks.