Cheese Care Cheesecare Always bring the cheese to room temperature before serving. Cheese should always be served before the pudding, as it does not taste as great after the sweetness of dessert. Some cheeses prefer to be kept cooler, and others warmer, but most are quite happy between 8°C and 15°C. Our wax paper wrapping keeps the cheese in good condition, allowing it to breathe to avoid the build-up of excess moisture. Store the cheese in a cool pantry, cellar, or in the refrigerator, preferably in the lower drawer. Do not store the cheese with other strong-smelling foods. Avoid eating rinds that are covered in wax. The most important thing to keep in mind when cutting a cheese is to cut it equally, to ensure everyone has a fair share of the inside and the rind. If stored correctly, your cheese should last between 10-14 days.