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Brie de Meaux

Soft cheese with natural rind
Milk: Cow
Region: Ile de France

Made from unpasteurized milk, the freal Brie de Meaux is the most famous French cheese. It is soft with a creamy body. The rind is light, velvety and has amazing mushroom flavours.
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Brie à la truffe (Truffle brie)

Soft cheese with natural rind
Milk: Cow

Region: Ile de France
This product is the result of a noble marriage between Brie cheese and the truffles of Perigord. The delicate yet powerful flavour of the truffles blends into the dense and nutty interior of the Brie, and combines into a delightful creamy concoction.
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Livarot

Soft cheese with washed rind
Milk: Cow
Region: Normandie

Produced in Normandy, Livarot is one of the oldest cheeses in the region. Its circled with five belts of rush leaves, to prevent it from collapsing during aging. These straps are reminiscent of a military grading stripes and give Livarot its nickname : The Colonel. Its a strong smelling cheese, with a full and spicy flavour.
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Pont l’Evêque

Soft cheese with washed rind
Milk: Cow
Region: Normandie

From Normandie, Pont l’Eveque is a square shaped cheese, with a light orange rind. It is a very rich and soft cheese, with a creamy, salty and pungent aroma. After washing, the rind is moist and ochre in colour. The body is creamy yellow, fine-textured and smooth.
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Camembert

Soft cheese with natural rind
Milk: Cow
Region: Normandie

Made in Normandy, the Camembert unveils a rich and creamy texture, a bloomy beige white rind and a pale yellow interior. The taste changes according to its degree of maturity but stays always subtle and distinctive with a delicately light smell of mould.
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Saint Marcelin

Soft cheese with natural rind
Milk: cow
Région: Dauphine

This small cheese from the Dauphine region is mild, acidic and salty. It has a sweet, thick paste that softens and become more flavourful when mature.
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Bûche de chèvre

Goat cheese
Milk: Goat
Region: Languedoc Roussillon

It has a gentle sweet taste, with a wonderful, slightly crumbly texture in the centre. Tastier than the rindless log, it is a delicious cheese, with an interesting tang.
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Pico

Goat cheese
Milk: Goat
Region: Perigord

From the Perigord region, Pico is a creamy soft-ripened cheese. Often compared to Camembert, Pico is sold young, and will develop as it ages, changing into a much more complex and pungent chevre. Very flavorful and very aromatic, with hazelnut notes.

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