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Bleu de Chevre des Pictons

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Bleu de Chevre

Goat milk blue that has a sharp spicy flavour and lovely creamy texture.

Blue St. Agur

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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.

Brebis Rousse D'Argental

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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.

Brie de Meaux

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Brie de Meaux, raw milk, France

Brie de Meaux, named after the town of Meaux, is produced in the region of Brie, located 50 kilometers to the east of Paris. Records referencing Brie de Meaux date back to the 8th century, when the emperor Charlemagne is said to have tasted it. During the French Revolution, Louis XVI is said to have requested a final taste of Brie de Meaux before his arrest.

Brillat Savarin

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Brillat Savarin France Triple Cream

Produced in the Ile de France region and created by cheese-maker Henri Androuët in the 1930s. It is named after 19th century gastronome and epicure, Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin.

Like whipped butter, both in texture and flavour. A triple cream cheese, which means it has a butterfat content of at least 75%. This is achieved by adding rich, luscious cream to whole milk.

Chabichou du Poitou

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Chabichou du Poitou France

The cheese comes in the shape of a truncated cylinder called "bonde", approximately 6 cm in height and 5 to 6 cm in diameter. Chabichou develops a characteristic, edible wrinkled rind dotted with occasional gray patches. Cut the cheese and it reveals a firm, creamy “bright white” interior but not before unwinding a thin buttery layer. Even though it smells typically “goaty”, the flavours are sweet with a bit of salty and tangy edge at the end.

Chateau de Bourgogne

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Chateau de Bourgogne

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.

Chateau de Bourgogne Mini

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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.

Epoisses

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Epoisses Berthaut

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

Fleur d'Aunis

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Fleur d'Aunis France

This is a soft washed rind cow’s cheese from the Loire Valley, in the Aunis province of France, situated on the north-west coast, in the department of Charente-Maritime, within the region of Poitou-Charente.
 
Fleur d’ Aunis bathed in a cognac fortified aperitif and brushed lightly with fleur D’ Sel water. The salt re-crystallizes on the rind allowing you to bite into a nice soft cheese then having some crackly bits that change up the texture.

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