A 41-cheese pizza is set to launch and we're hungry just thinking about it

Danielle Fowler
Freelance Writer
Will you be ordering a 41-cheese pizza to celebrate the Eurovision Song Contest? [Photo: SpareRoom]

If you’re guilty of adding extra mozzarella to your Domino’s order then your mouth is sure to water at the launch of a 41-cheese pizza.

In celebration of the Eurovision Song Contest set to take place on May 18th, SpareRoom has introduced the world to a truly diverse take on the beloved classic.

The ‘Quarantuno Formaggi’ features cheese sourced from every one of the 41 nations participating in the annual event with Cypriot Halloumi, Latvian Talsu Ritulis and French Camembert making the impressive line-up.

If that isn’t enough, flying the British flag is Wensleydale while the classic Parmigiano Reggiano represents Italy.

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But the seriously mouthwatering topping isn’t the only thing sure to put a cheesy smile on your face, as the limited edition pizza won’t cost a penny.

Yes, the one-of-a-kind delicacy will be available on a first-come-first-served basis from 12.30pm to 5pm and 6pm to 10pm on the evening of the contest at London pizzeria Baz and Fred.

You can even order the Quarantuno Formaggi pizza to be delivered to your fancy dress party [Photo: SpareRoom]

What’s more, you can order the must-have from Deliveroo - perfect if you’re hosting a Eurovision get-together.

For those who miss out on the grate (sorry) offer, there’s even a recipe to follow ahead of the bash.

“We hope by creating a unique pizza featuring cheeses from all 41 nations taking part, we can give flatmates the cheesiest Eurovision parties ever and a showstopper of a meal they’ll be talking about for a long time,” Matt Hutchinson, communications director for SpareRoom, said.