There was an article published last year in the Star featuring both Creamy Burrata and Cheese Boutique:
"It's flown in from Puglia and it's something, literally, that we have no idea if it's going to come, when it's going to come, or how much we're going to get."
"It's under the counter here. People come up and whisper `Is burrata here? Is burrata here?' Our customers know when it's going to come better than we do."
Since then, however, there have been a few changes. A local Ontario dairy farm now produces Burrata exclusively for Cheese Boutique, and there is a sign in the store advertising its availability-- whispered requests no longer necessary.
I brought home my container of burrata, mysterious in its wrapping and swimming in cloudy liquid. If you are taking it directly from refrigeration, allow it to sit at room temperature for half an hour before serving. Unwrap and allow the water on the outside to drain off.
The List (of course, all found at Cheese Boutique):
Cheese Boutique Premium Extra-Virgin Olive Oil
Solai Vecchi Crema di Balsamico
Bellamessa Sea Salt flakes
Fresh Ground Pepper