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What kind of cheese is Saint Albray?

What kind of cheese is Saint Albray?

French soft cheese
Saint Albray is a cheese which comes from the Aquitaine region of France. Invented in 1976, the cheese is a French soft cheese. Made with pasteurized cow’s milk, this popular cheese is ripened for two weeks and formed into a shape like the head of a flower with each “petal” forming a half pound of cheese.

How do you serve St Albray cheese?

At its peak, Saint Albray advances to a more robust, hearty flavour very typical of washed-rind cheeses. It has a very rich aroma and taste which can be further enjoyed by eating the cheese along with its rind. The cheese goes well with fruits, nuts and bread. Serve it with a Pinot Noir or Chianti.

Can you eat saint Albray rind?

The rind is edible. If you find the flavor too strong then avoid the rind and enjoy the paste.

What kind of cheese is Caprice des Dieux?

soft-ripened cheese
Over 50 years ago, Caprice des Dieux was developed by Jean-Noël Bongrain, founder of the parent company Bongrain SA. Also known as, “Caprice of the Gods”, it is a soft-ripened cheese made from pasteurized cow’s milk. Due to its oval shape, blue packaging, smooth and creamy consistency, it looks a bit different.

What does Caprice de Dieux mean?

Whim of the Gods
Caprice des Dieux, literally translating to the “Whim of the Gods”, is a heavenly mild and creamy soft ripened cheese in a unique oval shape.

How do you eat Caprice des Dieux?

CAPRICES GREAT AND SMALL En Cas de Caprice delivers a creamy heart and crème-fraiche taste, kept fresh by its protective wrapper that opens up according to how much you need for a thoughtful consumption. For a little snack, with pre-dinner drinks, in a salad… just unwrap as much as you want!

What does Caprice des Dieux taste like?

Under its velvety skin, it has a pure taste of fresh milk and cream with a buttery, nutty and smooth flavour. This soft cheese has a fat content of 60% and pairs with Red Wine, White Wine and Korbel Natural Champagne.

What is Caprice de Dieux cheese?

Mild and creamy soft ripened cheese made from pasteurised cows’ milk. Caprice des Dieux, literally translating to the “Whim of Gods”, is a heavenly pure and creamy soft ripened cheese in a unique oval shape.

Where does Montagnolo cheese come from?

of Germany
Montagnolo Affine is a blue, triple crème soft cheese made in the Allgau region of Germany. It is surface ripened and is marbled with blue veins and has a grey natural crust. Aging at a low temperature allows the cheese to mature slowly and develop its aromatic and spicy flavour.

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