Brie de Meaux

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.

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

Pont L'Eveque Petite

Pont L'Eveque Petite

Created by Cistercian monks, it became the most famous cheese of the kingdom in the 15th century. Under its yellow washed rind, its blonde, soft texture. Styled without being strong on the palate, it has a subtle flavour and a slight taste of hazelnut and butter.

220 grams in a wooden box


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