The cheesecake is a little on the pricey side, but to a glutton such as myself, it's money well spent. The pumpkin filling just tastes like Thanksgiving: rich, creamy, and smooth. What's different with this cheesecake is the crust. Juniors uses a spongecake as opposed to graham crackers. So as opposed to the crunchy goodness of the graham cracker, you get a velvety sponge cake. Ahhh yes, first world problems. Either way, people seem to like it and we usually order it every Thanksgiving and Christmas. You can check it out at: http://www.juniorscheesecake.com/. Our order came close to $40. The packaging comes in a heavy duty cardboard box with dry ice. Unfortunately for us, our address is usually last on UPS's route, so the dry ice created a little moisture and the box was a little soggy. Though the cheesecake is a little pricey, it's definitely worth it.
Here's the fancy schmancy packaging.
A couple slices in. We're still working on it.