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Blue St. Agur

Producer: 
St. Agur Blue France

Saint Agur is a blue cheese made from pasteurized cow's milk in the village of Beauzac from the mountainous French region of Auvergne. Since 1988, the Bongrain Cheese Company has been manufacturing this cream enriched cheese with 60% butterfat. On account of the high fat content, it certifies as a double-cream cheese. Also, because of its high butter fat content it is easily spreadable and melts well.

This product must be ordered in sets of 50 grams.
A minimum order of at least 150 grams is required.

Brebis Rousse D'Argental

Producer: 
Brebis Rousse D'Argental

This luscious washed rind cheese is produced by Fromagerie Guilloteau. The milk is collected from ewes of the Argental region of France. Aged for thirty days this square cheese exhibits a thin bright orange patchy rind. "Brebis" is French for sheep and "Rousse" refers to the colour of the cheese.

When young the flavour is rich and sweet, but as the cheese matures the stronger meaty, earthy flavours develop while the rind becomes a darker rusty orange colour. The texture is soft and velvety and sure to ooze deliciously on your cheese plate.

This product must be ordered in sets of 50 grams.
A minimum order of at least 150 grams is required.

Brie - Chateau de Bourgogne

Chateau de Bourgogne

A decadent triple cream, Chateau de Bourgogne is a Burgundian cheese that is a not too distant cousin to Brillat Savarin. If there ever was a sophisticated party cheese this is it. It is so delicate, soft and creamy, it yields a shot of butter and a dash of salt on the tongue before vanishing! It is perfectly paired with Champagne and sparkling wines.

This product must be ordered in sets of 50 grams.
A minimum order of at least 150 grams is required.

Brie - Fromager d’Affinois

Producer: 
Fromager d’Affinois France

Soft bloomy rind,  rich, surprisingly smooth and creamy double cream. Produced by Fromageris Guilloteau in the regional natural park of Pilat, in the French Rhone-Alps.

This product must be ordered in sets of 50 grams.
A minimum order of at least 150 grams is required.

Brie - Grand Creme Delin

Producer: 
Grand Creme Delin Triple Cream France

A decadent triple cream from France, this cheese is rich, luscious and buttery. Pair with a sparkling white wine or champagne.

Brie Chateau de Bourgogne Mini

Producer: 
Chateau de Bourgogne Mini

Chateau de Bourgogne is made in the Burgundy region of France and is a not too distant cousin to Brillat Savarin. It is delicate, soft and creamy,yeilding a shot of butter and a dash of salt on the tongue before vanishing!

The richness of Chateau Bourgogne is set off and balanced wonderfully by champagne, but it will match well with a red burgundy (local matches are always good), other pinot noirs, or a blended red, like a Bordeaux or meritage.

200 grams packaged in wooden box.

$18

Buchette aux Fleurs

Producer: 
Buchette aux Fleurs

A beautiful fresh goat cheese from the Loire Valley of France coated in dried flowers, like rose petals, cornflowers, and marigolds. This creamy Chèvre has herbal & citrus nuances, and fresh grassy notes. It is bright, creamy, and herbaceous.

Comte

Producer: 
Comte Mature

The iconic Fort des Rousses cellar, over 214 metres long, is where Charles Arnaud Grand Reserve cheeses are kept. The imposing Charles Arnaud cellar is dedicated exclusively to Comté cheeses Comté was one of the first few kinds of cheese to receive an AOC (Appellation d'origine controlee) status in 1958. It is one of the most popular AOC cheeses in France with around 40,000 tonnes of annual production. Considered one of the finest cheeses in the world, a wedge of Comte reveals a pale yellow interior and a texture that can vary from silky, flabby to crystalline.

This product must be ordered in sets of 50 grams.
A minimum order of at least 150 grams is required.

Epoisses

Producer: 
Epoisses Berthaut

Epoisses has a powerful rich flavor, salty and creamy with a pungent smell.

Etorki

Etorki France

Etorki, meaning “origin” in Basque language, is a pasteurized sheep’s milk cheese made in French Basque region of the Pyrénées. The milk used to make this cheese is sourced from local black- or red-faced Manech ewes herded by local shepherds and dairy farmers. It takes six gallons of ewe’s milk to produce one wheel of Etorki.

The smooth, supple and velvety interior is a consistent white with occasional holes or slits. It has a sweet and earthy aroma suggestive of the caramel flavours released by the pressed and aged sheep’s milk.

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