An authentic farmers cheese made in the Netherlands for generations, the extra care lavished by the Kaamps family, one of the few remaining Dutch farmstead creameries. The colour is bright dark orange with beautiful crystallization. Flavours of fresh, buttery cow’s milk with a savory, nutty bite. Pair it with cherry jam on a cheese board.
Belted with wood, this mild soft bloomy rind cheese offers delicate vegetable notes with a hint of wood. The name L'angélique-À-Marc comes from the fusion of an indigenous plant's name, common on the Iles-aux-Grues archipel's banks, and the name of the renown artist Marc Seguin who created this cheese's label.
A dense, creamy blend of pasteurized cow, goat and sheep milk. Earthy and full flavour with a lingering lactic tang. Runny and oozing around the perimeter with a moist, cakey paste. Made in the Piedmont region in Italy.