9 Of The Wildest Mega Items You Can Actually Get At The Special New Costco Near Montreal
It just opened in Saint-Hubert, and is first of its kind in the province.
If you love buying in bulk, then you've probably already heard that a new business-focusedon September 29 — and about 70% of the items cannot be found at regular Costco Wholesale stores.
So what exactly do they sell?
MTL Blog got a first look, and there were definitely some items that made us stop and go, "Woah!" followed by questioning whether we'd been shrunk and were now forced to navigate a world made for humans who were giant in comparison to us, à la Honey, I Shrunk the Kids or Downsizing.
Are these products outrageously large? Yes.
Will you feel the need to own them immediately upon seeing them? Maybe.
But, above all, it's just fun to know they're for sale within a 20-minute drive of downtown Montreal.
A Vat Of Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Details: With 208 litres of olive oil, you can cook with it AND bathe in it.
Watermelons Bigger Than Your Head
Details: Seedless and absolutely massive.
A Full Wheel Of Parmigiano-Reggiano
Details: This is for those of us who are perpetually disappointed by the lack of parmesan cheese in our fridges to grate on top of our dinners. Never again with this baby... if you can find a fridge it'll fit inside.
Details: 6.5 kilograms of this dry-cured Spanish delicacy.
Pails Of Nutella
Details: It has a handle so you can bring it everywhere you go.
Barrels Of Maple Syrup
Details: They look like kegs and hold 18.9 litres of Bernard Maple Syrup.
So Much Poutine Sauce
Details: 18 kilograms of Rose Hill Melange Sauce Poutine — a true symbol of Quebecois pride.
An Actual Shawarma Machine
Details: Shawarma, donair, kebab, gyros — it all comes from a vertical broiler like this one.
A Package Of 1,100 Tea Bags
Details: You could drink a cup of tea every day for three years before running out.